In the vast majority of instances, those who avoid caffeine do so based on beliefs regarding their own personal health. For quite some time, decaffeinated coffee has been something of a healthy and safe alternative to regular coffee. The idea being that when you drink decaf, you don’t have to worry about any of the negative consequences of consuming caffeine.
An interesting point being that on-going scientific research would seem to suggest that caffeine in sensible doses can actually be good for you. From cancer prevention to effective weight management to reduced diabetes risk to a healthier digestive tract, there really are so many good reasons to indulge in coffee on a daily basis. Nevertheless, there will always be those who for a variety of reasons preferred decaf coffee and stick with decaf.
The question being – is decaf coffee bad for you?