Great post and very informative. Thank you!
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Thank you, Lisa!
I avoid caffienated coffee altogether for many of these reasons. One cup is enough to over-stimulate me, it bothers my stomach,and I feel as if I have been run over by a bus. It also lowers my blood sugar and I end up craving carbs. To me it is just not worth it so if I am craving a hot drink I either drink organic decaf or green tea.
I love Oolong tea as a replacement for coffee. You should give it a try 🙂
Oh! This is one gigantic post.
Thanks for sharing David 🙂
We also have a post on alternatives to Coffee here: http://nutritionrealm.com/13-energy-boosting-foods/
Thank you, Alicia!
Great post! personally I´m not a caffeine consumer, and try to avoid coffee, because of acid reflux. I´d rather take a tea instead.
Another tea fan here 🙂
Great post! I stopped my coffee addiction about two years ago and feel so much better. I gave it up to help ease my chronic inflammation associated with Osteoarthritis. However, I do love the taste, so I have one coffee per week. Your body and your brain will thank you once you can clear caffine from your system.
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Thank you, Patricia!
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