An often-misunderstood fact is that decaffeinated coffee contains similar levels of nutrients, minerals and antioxidants as it’s caffeinated cousin regular coffee.
In fact, it is a very easy way to contribute to your daily nutrition as people often have 2 or 3 cups of decaf coffee in a day…
So, how many nutrients and minerals are contained in decaf coffee?
Well, just one cup of decaffeinated filter coffee contains as much as:
2.4% of the recommended daily intake of Magnesium
4.8% of the recommended daily intake of Potassium,
2.5% of the recommended daily intake of Niacin Vitamin B3
And how many antioxidants are contained in decaffeinated coffee?
Decaf coffee contains high levels of the following antioxidants:
- Hydrocinnamic Acid
- Chlorogenic Acid
Decaf coffee actually contains almost as much antioxidants as regular coffee. Regular coffee has just 15% more of the good stuff than decaffeinated coffee.