People suffers from coffee heartburn to these two main variables:
So, if you want to prevent coffee heartburn, you will need to:
We all like coffee because of the caffeine. We need the caffeine to be strong and bold to keep us up around the clock. And of course, sometimes, in order to stay awake, we drink more than our body can take.
In fact, just drinking five cups in a row can give you a stomach ache. Experts suggest that 4-7 cups per day are over caffeination and it will result in heartburn.
So, the first to prevent heartburn is to simply take note on your coffee consumption and reduce it. If you do not feel well taking 4 cups, cut it by half and stop at 2 cups.
Changing the type of coffee is another variable to prevent coffee heartburn.
Choose and drink Shade-Grown Coffee:
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Drink 100% Arabica Coffee:
Arabica beans contain less caffeine, are superior in taste and have a smoother, sweeter taste of chocolate and sugar flavor notes, and also have hints of fruits or berries.
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