If coffee is diluted with things like milk or creamer, does it affect the effects of the caffeine on the human body?

If coffee is diluted with things like milk or creamer, does it affect the effects of the caffeine on the human body?

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  1. Caffeine in coffee is tasteless and “inert” as far as other things you could or would add to coffee in order to change its flavor.
    You mention the word dilution. Yes – if you consider an ordinary serving of coffee (let’s say six fluid ounces, for example) – and ask yourself which serving has more caffeine – the cup of straight coffee, or the same six ounces composed of one ounce of cream and five ounces of straight coffee – well, sure! The creamed coffee will have less caffeine in it.
    But, you inquired about the effects of the caffeine on the human body. Even though the creamed cup of coffee would have less caffeine than the cup of uncreamed coffee, the way that caffeine acts in our central nervous system remains the same for the caffeine from either cup. Adding cream does nothing except to slightly diminish the amount of caffeine you deliver to your body.
    Remember – decaffeinated…

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