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Coffee & Tea

Keurig Coffee = Stomach upset ??

Buddernut | Oct 8, 200809:09 AM     29

Just wondering if anyone else experiences this? I bought the Breville Keurig Coffee
thing and shelved my Capresso burr grinding coffee maker. It was for convenence so we could take a decent cup out on the road to work in the a.m. While I have no complaints with the unit and the novelty has not worn off, I have "coffee gut". I drink far less coffee than I have over the years and even switched to decaf. I had the unit a little over a month and have purchased Timothy's and Newman's which are both very decent. But I've noticed That I get Upper stomach pressure and bloating and blechs. Just like when you drink a hot cup of swill. Is there some process with this unit and/or coffee processing that anyone knows of that is unusual compared to regular beans and brewing? I've only been drinking a 10-12oz. cup a day its definitely the coffee. Any input is appreciated .

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