Is Decaffeinated Coffee good for you?

I love the aroma of a freshly brewed cup of coffee, but unfortunately my body cannot tolerate the high content of caffeine found in 1 cup of regular, black coffee. So I was wondering if I should consider drinking the decaf alternative instead? What are the benefits and side effects of decaffeinated coffee?

Decaffeinated Coffee still contains Caffeine

According to a reputable professor at John Hopkins Medical School, Dr. Roland Griffiths says:

" ... decaffeinated is not the same as caffeine-free ... popular decaffeinated espresso drinks such as lattes (which contain two shots of espresso) can deliver as much caffeine as a can of Coca-Cola -- about 31 milligrams."

Ways to Quit a Bad Habit

If you google the internet, you'll be inundated with so many blogs and youtube videos about ways that can help you to break a bad habit. What I've come to realise is that depending on what the bad habit is you need to apply the method that is best suited to that particular negative habit. What works for other people may not work for you in every situation.

Let's suppose you have a bad habit of nail-biting when you are anxious, stressed or just nervous. How would you go about quitting this bad habit?