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C. Wasek, Philanthropist, Post Graduate, Corpus Christi
Answered on Jul 22, 2019
Decaffeinated coffee is just like regular coffee but the main difference is that the caffeine has already been removed from the coffee. During the process of decaffeination, the caffeine is removed from the coffee bean. The 12-ounce cup of coffee will usually have about 3 to 18 milligrams of caffeine.
There are some people who feel that it is pointless to drink decaffeinated coffee because of the small traces of caffeine that can be found there but for other people, this is necessary because their bodies cannot take caffeine but they like the taste of the coffee. It would be up to you if you would rather drink decaffeinated coffee or not.
Coffee is maybe the top beverage (aside from water, of course) most people consume and drink. Coffee is known to be caffeinated drinks, but for coffee-lovers that do not want to stay up all night, decaffeinated coffee is also available. Caffeine is one of the main components of a regular coffee drink that helps the brain to be more alert and keeping the person awake.
A regular cup of coffee contains 140-300 mg of caffeine, while a decaf coffee only contains 3-18 mg of caffeine. Decaf coffee does not leave the drinker the usual side effects such as headache and palpitations that regular caffeinated coffee produce. You will not find it hard to sleep at night when you drink a cup of decaffeinated coffee in the late afternoon. Caffeinated coffee aids in weight loss due to the caffeine but decaf will not.