Decaffeination is the removal of caffeine from coffee beans, cocoa, tea leaves, and other caffeine-containing materials. Decaffeinated drinks contain typically 1–2% of the original caffeine content, and sometimes as much as 20%. Decaffeinated products are commonly termed decaf.

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Chemicals used to make decaf coffee are contributing to ozone damage

Does drinking 2-3 cups of coffee per day reduce the incidence of cardiovascular disease? Tomorrow at 2pm PDT join Dr. Oliver Brown, an academic cardiologist, for a journal club discussing a recent study (n>400k participants) that claims drinking decaf and/or regular coffee reduces CVD and mortality

Drinking coffee or decaf may help avoid chronic liver disease

Drinking Any Type of Coffee (Even Decaf) Associated With Reduced Risk of Chronic Liver Disease

The Century-Old Process of Making Decaf Coffee

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