What are the health benefits of drinking decaf coffee?
A lot of people are still unsure if there are any benefits of drinking decaffeinated coffee, so, in this article, we investigate what are the benefits of decaffeinated coffee are.
The answer is that there are a number of benefits to drinking Swiss Water Decaf Process decaffeinated coffee:
Decaffeinated coffee contains high levels of antioxidants
Decaf coffee contains high levels of antioxidants that can prevent conditions associated with the aging process and cancer. Studies have shown that regular decaf drinkers have reduced risks of incurring rectal and colon cancer. For female drinkers, the risks of breast cancer are also reduced.
Decaffeinated coffee can reduce stress
Less anxiety/stress and better quality of sleep than drinking classic caffeinated coffee. Caffeine has been linked to heart conditions like irregular palpitations, heart attacks, and strokes.
Decaffeinated coffee can reduce the risk of Type 2 Diabetes
Drinking decaf coffee has been linked with reducing the risk of Type 2 diabetes. Decaf coffee reduces the risk of incurring diabetes. The high anti-oxidant levels of decaf will protect the cells from damage that can lead to diabetes. Also, the decaf process will not eliminate chlorogenic acid, which helps regulate blood glucose levels.
Decaffeinated coffee is almost caffeine free
Almost no caffeine! Swiss Water Decaf is certified 99.9% caffeine free, so is ideal for pregnant or breastfeeding women who still want to enjoy the taste of great coffee without the dangers of caffeine.
Decaffeinated coffee could extend your life
Studies have shown that those who drink one to three cups of decaf decrease all-cause mortality. Drinking decaffeinated coffee has been linked with a small but significant reduction in the risk of premature death, as well as death from stroke or heart disease.
Decaffeinated coffee has almost zero calories
Fat free & sugar free beverage. If drinking without milk or sugar, then decaffeinated is almost zero calories.
Decaffeinated coffee may slow down mental decline in old age
Coffee contributes to the prevention of mental decline due to old age and Alzheimer's disease. The polyphenols found in coffee beans are not lost during the decaffeination process, which are responsible for boosting the brain's cognitive abilities and improving memory, which could help prevent the development of neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. This may be due to the chlorogenic acid in coffee, rather than caffeine.
Decaffeinated coffee is not dehydrating
Decaffeinated coffee is a great source of hydration. The old myth that coffee is a diuretic has been proven wrong by scientists.
Decaffeinated coffee is better for those with acid reflux
Reduced heartburn and acid reflux compared with caffeinated coffee.
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