For those who prefer decaffeinated coffee, there’s good news there too.
While decaf is made by rinsing coffee beans repeatedly in a solvent to strip away the caffeine, not all of the health benefits are stripped by the process.
This isn’t the case for all of the healthy things you may have heard coffee can do for you; the decaffeination process does affect those.
But the liver protecting benefits of your cuppa Joe don’t appear to be diminished by switching to unleaded.
Although, with all the other benefits you could be reaping, it may be a good idea to consider if switching back to full caffeine could be good for you.