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                                           Why Decaffeinated Coffee Was Introduced
                                                                By Rob Carlton



    Being an avid drinker of coffee, I never could figure out the reason following decaffeinated coffee.
People usually drink coffee or espresso for the caffeine fix, so I always wondered as to why anyone
would drink decaffeinated coffee. Would it not just defeat the purpose of drinking coffee? However, I
finally saw the light and managed to figure out why decaffeinated coffee existed. This helped me
immensely to sustain some sort of extravagance during my pregnancy and I also found out that I was
not drinking coffee just for the caffeine fix and that I quite rather liked the taste of different coffee types.


During my pregnancy I was one of those nutcases who had read up everything that could go wrong
during a pregnancy and tried to avoid those possible causes like anything. For instance, I avoided
aspartame only because they were unsure of the effects it might have on the baby and I stayed away
from lunchmeat because it had a minute possibility of a listeria infection. Hence, when I got to know
that caffeine had the possibility to cause miscarriages, I tried to avoid regular coffee. Now, to reach the
parameters that were measured in the studies for miscarriages to happen, a person would have to
drink at least three cups of coffee daily. However, after reading that I was scared enough to confine
myself to drinking decaffeinated sodas and coffees.

When I was halfway through my pregnancy, there was an expose show on the T.V on whether the
decaffeinated coffee that we order in restaurants and coffee shops are really decaffeinated or not. I
knew that decaffeinated coffee was not totally void of the substance and had small traces of caffeine in
it. I also knew that I was not taking in amounts that were close to regular coffee. However, in the T.V
show they revealed that the caffeine levels in decaffeinated coffee was close to the levels of the
caffeine in a regular brew. They also reveled that this was the situation in around sixty percent of the
places. This happened mainly because the machines and pots were not properly cleaned before the
next pot was used or because of cross brewing. This particular case would not affect most situations,
but in cases where there are medical conditions this would have taken a serious turn.

It is a fact that this would truly affect my situation in any way and I also realize it. But, I am such a
nutcase that I have completely cut out coffee (whether regular or decaffeinated) from my diet during my
pregnancy. Unless I had brewed the coffee at home, I had totally removed caffeine free coffee during
the fall and winter months. I should also say that during the last few months of my pregnancy this
change had not helped my demeanor in any way.

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Robert Carlton usually publishes short articles on problems dealing with espresso and espresso. His
publications on grind and brew coffee makers can be encountered on
http://www.coffee-espresso-maker-tips.com/grind-and-brew-coffee-makers.html and other online sites.




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                                          Coffee, Coffee, Coffee
                                            By Peter J. Wilson



 We all need that jolt of caffeine that you get from a good cup of coffee in the morning. But many times,
during the day, the urge for a nice cup of tasty coffee hits, and of course we frequently like a relaxing
cup after dinner. Some people can't drink coffee at night because the caffeine keeps them awake, and
for others it is worth having, even if they are going to be tossing and turning and staring at the clock. I
am sensitive to caffeine, so even a can of soda after a certain time of night will have me counting
sheep. The only solution for me and others like me is to make sure we have decaffeinated coffee in the
kitchen. The coffee urge can be satisfied by putting decaf in that old coffee maker, without paying the
price of a sleepless night.

If I find I am out of decaf coffee, there is always the local Dunkin Donuts. A quick stop at the local
Dunkin Donuts yields a cup of coffee that is every bit as good as caffeinated, but doesn't have the
same effect on the body's system. A nice change of pace on a hot summer evening is iced coffee, but
if, like me, you will be bothered by the caffeine, you can get decaffeinated iced coffee.

Where does the caffeine come from. Caffeine occurs naturally in the coffee bean, and it takes a special
water extracting system to remove the caffeine from the molecule. It is an exacting science, with each
coffee manufacturer claiming to have their unique, and best system for creating decaffeinated coffee. I
don't really care how it comes about, as long as I can enjoy my delicious cup of Java without the
sleepless side effects of regular coffee.

There is little to no difference between the taste of regular and decaffeinated coffee. As a matter of
fact, since I can't tell the difference, I am always concerned that I will get a cup of regular even though I
have ordered decaf; since I can't taste the difference, I won't know until it is too late. That's one reason
I prefer to keep my own decaffeinated coffee at home and not have to worry about somebody making
such a mistake. I can't risk my much needed sleep. The opposite can also happen, that I order (and
need) a strong cup of caffeinated coffee and end up with decaf because the counter girl was just as
sleepy as I was. There's a real bummer, pay $4-$5 for a cup of coffee and not even get the jolt I need
to start the day! Well, caffeinated or decaf, I need my coffee.

Peter J. Wilson usually pens detailed articles on ideas associated with coffee types and espresso. His
articles on coffee maker are found on http://www.coffee-espresso-maker-tips.com/coffee-maker.html
as well as other web publications.




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