I know this may sound like a con, but having a cup of coffee generally less in caffeine can be productive. If you typically like the taste of coffee this can allow you to enjoy multiple cups during the day, just for the taste. On the physical part, large amounts of caffeine per cup may lead to osteoporosis or fibrocystic disease, according to The National Institutes.
Less Acid in Coffee Overall
According to Gina Keatley, a certified dietitian-nutritionist practicing in New York City. “Cold brew coffee has less acid in it per ounce as compared to hot coffee,” she says. “This happens because coffee grounds, or more specifically the various oils, acids, and other aromatic molecules, are most easily extracted at about 195-205 degrees.” Less acid makes it healthier for your stomach and your teeth.