coffee tables. Tuesday , November 15th , 2016 - 09:18:18 AM
The caffeine content in coffee is quite high. One cup of coffee contains approximately 90-135 mg of caffeine. When the breastfeeding mother is drinking 6-8 cups of coffee a day, then about 0.6-0.8 mg enters the baby's body. Now, the real problem lies with the fact that the liver of the newborn is not developed enough and it does not have suitable enzymes that can properly detoxify the caffeine as soon as it enters their body system. They need about 100 hours to process the caffeine present in the body, which the adults can do in a matter of 6-8 hours. As a result, if the nursing mother is taking several cups of coffee on a daily basis, then a significant amount of coffee gets accumulated in the infant's body. This brings about a lot of changes in the baby's behavior.
Fact: It's a fairly common belief that the caffeine content of espresso coffee is higher than that of drip coffee. Drip coffee is a slower process of brewing coffee than espresso, which means the time for which the water comes in contact with the coffee beans is higher in case of the former. The longer contact time translates to a higher amount of caffeine extracted from the coffee beans during the making of drip coffee.
Making this beverage is an art. A single bean can make all the difference. But then, they say that practice makes a man perfect. So try out these recipes and prepare some delicious beverages and desserts.
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