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I don’t battle the myths about coffee out there on message threads. Just here, where people choose to come here and listen.
Just know when I post facts about coffee, they’re that. Facts from verified sources. Not just what’s posted on the internet.
Remember, not everything on the internet is true, and you should question EVERYTHING. Even me. I know I do my best to research it, but chances are you don’t even know me.
(Remember what Mom warned you about strangers. 🙂 )
If you take anything I say and follow it to better your health, do two things:
- Check it out very well for yourself, or check out the resources I give that are from scientificly approved studies or universities. Even go further.
- Maintain a conversation with your doctor about any changes in diet that include caffeine.
I’m choosing to highlight this article because I saw in a recent thread I follow how someone commented against decaf. They said they were going to switch to decaf while pregnant but then found out there’s chemicals in decaf coffee.
That is a partial myth. There’s different methods for making decaf coffee. One is with chemicals, but not in the way that is harming.
I’m sensitive to chemicals though, so I’ve made a personal choice to not drink decaf coffee processed with that method if I can help it.
I always do my best to get decaf coffee made with the swiss water method. Here is a myth buster page from the company, who does extensive testing and research in the coffee world.
Coffee Makes Teams More Effective, Say Scientists
It’s what us coffee drinkers have been saying all along. Coffee helps us work better. Now we have scientific proof of it.
“consuming a moderate amount of caffeinated coffee prior to indulging in a group activity enhances an individual’s task-relevant participation in the group activity.”
Oops. And here I thought coffee just helped keep us from throat punching irritating co-workers.