ok i have ventricle tachycardia, i really need to cut caffeine out of my diet. i know about coffee, sodas, tea (how bad is it really to drink-i love me some sun tea), i need to know what other major sources of food type caffiene items i need to avoid. anyone able to help me out. i need to make a list.
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2 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:low caffeine dietok i have ventricle tachycardia, i really need to cut caffeine out of my diet. i know about coffee, sodas, tea (how bad is it really to drink-i love me some sun tea), i need to know what other major sources of food type caffiene items i need to avoid. anyone able to help me out. i need to make a list.
Report This| Share this:low caffeine dietHi Dekan,<br /><br />While I can't seem to find a list of caffeine foods to avoid, you might get some more info from the article <a href="http://www.webmd.com/balance/caffeine-myths-and-facts">Caffeine Myths and Facts </a> that may help.<br /><br />You might also want to ask our Health Expert, Elaine Magee, MPH, RD on our<a href="http://exchanges.webmd.com/food-and-cooking-exchange"> Food & Cooking Community</a> . I've been told that Elaine has a great book series on "What do I eat if I have...".<br /><br />Speaking of sun tea, here's an article on just that subject! <a href="http://forums.webmd.com/3/food-and-cooking-exchange/forum/1146">What's Good about Iced Tea (and what you need to watch out for)<br /></a> <br />Hope that helps!
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