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Posted: 15 Jan 2008, 08:50
I drink 5-6 cups of hot decaf tea a day. It helps keep me full and also warm on these cold days in Indiana.
MAGNETLADY

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Posted: 15 Jan 2008, 09:37
Hot tea is really good...even for the cold nights in AZ...i love peppermint tea...
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Posted: 15 Jan 2008, 09:51
I try to drink 1-2 cups of tea (preferably green) a day. I've been drinking green tea since last summer as I really like it sweetened w/a tsp of honey! =D It's great hot in winter to keep the cravings down!!Bad Grin

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Posted: 15 Jan 2008, 13:27
Green tea is wonderful for you to boot! I drink 4-6 mugs a day! It is full of anti oxidants that our bodies need to stay healthy and young! I am going on two years of this habit! According to the book YOU Staying Young, I will live to 120!!!Laughing Have a great day!
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