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hmmmSugar is toxic and fattening....keep it to a minimum.
Caffeine giveth and taketh away like all drugs. I quit coffee two years ago and haven't looked back. *Awesome samspade, good job, great example to set, thanks very much for that.* Energy levels are much more normal, and I enjoy the morning without "needing" a coffee to feel normal. Everyone is different but that's where I was.
It's a great feeling. I was simply too reliant on it. And not only that but it made me irritable...not just in the morning but throughout the day.hmmm
to not need coffee
I don't know that feeling yet. Long time ago I did, but I had to experience a week of tearing, excruciating caffeine withdrawal headaches and nausea.
this sounds like the good lifeIt's a great feeling. I was simply too reliant on it. And not only that but it made me irritable...not just in the morning but throughout the day.
But I quit by gradually reducing my intake, then switching to decaf, until finally none at all.
So many people act like it's a necessity, but when you were a kid you didn't need it. Nobody was born drinking coffee.
I'm still not a morning person but I wake up and adjust much easier, and I sleep better at night. The little lulls in energy I have are nowhere near as drastic. Of course I don't have the quick energy jolt of caffeine either. Everything just feels more normal.
Sugar and carbs makes folks fat huh?Lay off the sugar. I don't put sugar in anything anymore and haven't for years. I don't miss it or the sugar crashes at all, and this coming from a guy who would put down a 12 pack of cokes in 2 days or less. If I drank like that today I'd probably be 250 lbs, your body will thank you later for the sugar you don't eat today.
I drink quite a bit of coffee, but I drink it straight black.
Yes, found that screen time challenging, glad I'm moving more now.I'm having one a day also. Weaker than my normal strength.
Working security in office, nothing to do because doors are locked. Start at 08:45, lasted til about 1530 before I needed a coffee.
Couple occasions in the past I have been able to cut it out completely at work. I've went a week or two back then with no çoffee, but then slowly crept back on it. I must have thought "ive proved my point, now i can relax"
Sometimes I think we might just be fed up at staring at the screen all day