myFM: Coffee and Caffeine

by Lianne Phillipson April 24, 2024

myFM: Coffee and Caffeine

This time, we're diving into the world of decaffeinated coffee, exploring whether the decaf process is as beneficial for us as we hope.

One of the standout methods in decaf coffee is the Swiss Water Process. This unique, chemical-free technique not only preserves most of the coffee's precious flavors but also retains its potent antioxidants, making it arguably the healthiest decaffeinated coffee option available. Additionally, its lack of chemicals makes the Swiss Water Process a more earth-friendly choice compared to other popular methods.

However, there's another aspect of coffee that might be affecting you more than caffeine—mycotoxins and molds. These substances can reside on coffee beans, and some individuals are particularly sensitive to them, which could explain the shakiness often attributed to caffeine. For those looking for a cleaner option, we spotlight Giddy Yo, a producer known for its clean coffee.

For those who prefer their coffee sugar-free, we discuss the benefits of zero-sugar drinks and how they can be a regular part of a healthy diet. Plus, for our listeners, there's an opportunity to try it out with a special discount: use the code EATTHIS for 15% off your order at checkout.

And if you're not ready to give up caffeine entirely, why not consider a half-caf solution? By grinding half decaf and half full-strength coffee—whether medium or dark roast—you can enjoy the best of both worlds without committing fully to either.

Stay tuned, brew a cup, and let's unravel these layers of coffee's complex world together. Remember, whether full strength or decaf, the best cup is the one that suits your taste and your health.

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