Posted 4/11/2011 1:05 PM (GMT -6)
The milk or cream in coffee and tea slows down the effects of the caffeine.. also the darker the roast of coffee as in espresso the LESS caffeine.. dark roasting and 'cooking" as in using a percolator (instead of a drip method) burns out more of the caffeine..
also remember that when you buy all the fancy drinks at different places like SB or DD there are far more ingredients added many chemicals stabilizers etc you wouldn't want to have at home.. as for the lactose intolerant.. they do make special milk now..
anyway all that being said I still have to keep my coffee drinking for special times ... there are other natural chemicals in coffee that we are learning about every other day that do this or that.. well some of the 'that' still bothers me if I have too much of it..lol
Crohn's, Migraines, Fibromyalgia, Hypothyroid, Polychondritis, Pericarditis, Anemia, Depression, PTSD
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