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f1jim wrote:My go to drink is almost always sparkling water. I look for very low sodium varieties.
Habanero wrote:Hi everyone,
I've been wondering as to what I can do to replace sugary caffeinated drinks. I seem to have serious issues with letting this go. I really enjoy having something hot to drink, but I don't know what to do! I want to have something to replace it so I don't find myself reaching for tea/coffee/juice and all those extra calories!
Habanero wrote:As for green tea, I'm not too sure about it. First of all, does it have enough caffeine in it to be harmful? Secondly, I've heard that it can cause some people to lose their hair. Mine is already getting pretty thin, and I don't want it to get any worse (This could be caused by other things as well). Lastly, I've heard that it contains fluoride and that this can be a problem for the thyroid. Is this true, or does it depend on the type of tea that you get? So my question is, has anyone heard of these concerns?
Habanero wrote:Hi Santos, thanks!
I really liked that McDougall video you posted. I guess the big hurdle for me here is to give up the white sugar, which I know isn't good for me.
I'll definitely consider all your suggestions, I thank everyone once again for their responses!
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