- 1 tbsp MCT oil or coconut oil
- 1 tsp maca root
- 1/2 tsp cinnamon
- a pinch of salt
- 2 cups of hot decaf coffee mixture prepared using any decaf coffee brand. Just simply take the decaf coffee and mix it in hot water.
- 1 tbsp Ghee
- 1 tsp pure unsweetened cacao powder
- 1/8 tsp turmeric
Decaf coffee is the preferred choice of beverage for a large number of people. If you drink high dosage of caffeine every day without any apparent side effects then you’re among the lucky ones.
However, too much caffeine can lead some people to have an over-stimulated brain, heartburn, nausea, and vomiting. Even regular amount of coffee can lead to headaches, lightheadedness, tremors, jitteriness, and palpitations.
In short, caffeine is not for everyone, yet giving it up entirely is as difficult as it is for smokers to give up smoking. And that’s when decaf comes in as a savior.
If this is your first time hearing about decaf coffee, then let us tell you a little more about it. Decaf is short for decaffeinated and refers to the coffee from which 97% caffeine has been removed. This means it is not completely caffeine-free but still nearly caffeine-free.
Decaf coffee has lots of benefits and brings many positive changes in people’s lives who have switched to the decaf life. Here’s how you can make a healthy cup of decaf coffee.
Decaf coffee is actually pretty good for your liver and lowers the amount of damaging and inflaming enzymes present in it. Decaf coffee also reduces the risk of diabetes, and prostate cancer.
Other than that, decaf coffee helps with caffeine withdrawals as well as the common side effects of caffeine. With decaf coffee, you can get rid of jitters, headaches, nervousness, insomnia, and most importantly addiction.
How to Make Decaf Coffee
A coffee cannot be called decaf unless 97% caffeine has been removed from it.