Is Decaffeinated Coffee a Diuretic?

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Drinking decaf coffee is the same as drinking water when it comes to urine production. Caffeine is the diuretic, which means that it makes you urinate more with it than without it.
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From what I know, if there is no caffeine in a drink it does not act like a diuretic. C affine is a stimulate that simulates the kidneys as well as other organs. This stimulation will release fluid from your body.
Yes, decaffeinated coffee is still considered to be a diuretic, because of the many other ingredients in the coffee. Even decaffeinated coffee still has a touch of caffeine in it.
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