Q: How do you reduce cholesterol from coffee?
A: Paper coffee filters remove some of the coffee in cholesterol so I recommend that you used paper and not a metallic coffee filter which are included in some coffee makers.
Q: There is mentioned in the internet that decaf coffee affects your cholesterol level?
A: It appears that those finding did not identify the type of decaffeination process that was used that led to increases in LDL. I do know that the Swiss Water Process is a patented, non-chemical method of decaffeination, and is the best choice for gourmet coffee. Most of the major brands are chemically decaffeinated, even if it says “naturally decaffeinated” on the container. It is possible that some of the chemicals used by other brands led to the increases in cholesterol in the previous findings. I do not believe that a water process will increase it.
Paper coffee filters remove some of the coffee in cholesterol so I recommend that you used paper and not a metallic coffee filter which are included in some coffee makers.
Q: I had a question about decaf promoting heart problems. Is the decaf coffee you have better in that regard? Also the process of decaf is it the swiss water metnod?
A: The Swiss Water Process is a better method of decaffeination because it leaves more of the natural coffee flavors. The issue with heart problems usually has to do with amount of caffeine consumption. Most decaffeination processes do a good job removing caffeine but the method we use is the best one in our opinion because it leaves the coffee with a better flavor.