How is decaf coffee made? Health benefits and concerns, explained

 A 400-milligram daily dose is safe, according to the FDA.  

 This equals four or five cups of coffee.  

 Consuming more than that can cause insomnia, anxiety, high heart rate, upset stomach, and jitteriness in most people.  

 Some people have a lower caffeine tolerance or are advised by their doctors to reduce caffeine, such as pregnant, nursing, or taking certain drugs, the FDA adds.  

 Nutritionists recommend decaf coffee for caffeine reduction.  

 Coffee makers remove caffeine in four ways, according to the National Coffee Association.  

 Most coffee beans are processed in Europe using methylene chloride to bond to them and remove caffeine.  

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