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  1. #11
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    Cream in Coffee...

    I do experience what I would have described as \"Acid\" before reading this thread.... not a major problem.

    I add cream/creamer to my coffee that seems to neutralize the \"acid\" taste.

    BUT when I have a cold (like now!!!) the cream in the coffee tends to bother me (phlem!)

    SO what can I do to neutralize the \"acidy\" taste without adding cream which drives me crazy when I have a cold.

    My wife buys GOOD beans... medium roast.

    Thanks!

    tim

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    Dairy products can cause excess phlegm to develop, not good for someone who has a cold for sure.

    Soy milk or rice milk are great, more natural alternatives to milk.
    Or you could try non-dairy creamers.

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    The guy works for a P.R. company; they're not looking for scientific data, just people that they can get quotes to promote some kind of product.

    There is a general public misconception that only foods high in acidity cause stomach discomfort (it's overeating in most cases), so marketers jump on the low-acid bandwagon to promote products, coffee or otherwise.

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    If you ignore a rabid dog, it will eventually bite you in the butt.
    Advertising URL in your signature line was removed by your favorite Moderator.

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    Anyone coming here looking for negative info on coffee will quickly lay down their cards once they see the wealth of truths in favor of coffee being discussed in this forum.

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    Coffee certainly can aggravate stomach ulcers. Caffeine stimulates the stomach to produce a lot of the gastric acid and so it makes existing ulcers worse. There are also some other components in coffee that stimulate the gastric acid production so even decaffeinated coffee may make things worse.

    Some people who cannot stand drinking normal coffee find that they are fine when they switch to cold brew coffee.

    If you have a problem with ulcers you can also try to eat a banana with your coffee. Bananas are for some reason very good for stomach ulcers.
    coffeepotato

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    Bananas are a good absorbant, but they can also be binding. Try banana bread or a banana muffin with your coffee.

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    My wife had stomach problems after drinking coffee until we tried a Chemex pot. With their filters her stomach problems with coffee went away.

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    cold brew

    Cold brewed coffee is supposed to be better on your stomach also.
    Jim Lyon
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    relax and roast some beans

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    Re: cold brew

    Quote Originally Posted by jlyon10
    Cold brewed coffee is supposed to be better on your stomach also.
    As is coffee brewed with an Aeropress.

 

 
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