Health advice on decaf coffee

There is no conclusive evidence of an association between coffee consumption and gall bladder disease. The caffeine present in regular coffee is a central nervous system stimulant. While there are some short term benefits of improved cognition and alertness, long term effects of caffeine are adverse. Caffeine is implicated as a causative agent in heart disease, hypertension (systolic blood pressure), pancreatic cancer, breast cancer, fibrocystic breast disease, osteoporosis, infertility. Studies show that pregnant women should consume little or no caffeine as it can result in low birth weights, birth defects and miscarriages.
So from a health perspective, decaf coffee is a better alternative that consuming regular coffee. But I would recommend drinking home-made nutrient-packed beverages made from natural food ingredients such as:
1)     Lemon water – Squeeze half a lemon in a glass of water or carbonated water and drink it. You could add at pinch of salt and sugar for taste.
2)     Fresh vegetable juices made at home or naked juices available at your local grocery.

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