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    Morning Boost and Coffee!
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    foodadvenger posted:
    There is a personal trainer named Bob who does biggest loser. He mentioned on a show I saw, that it is good for women wanting to loose weight to drank a cup of coffee at breakfast and at lunch to keep your energy up.

    It is really helping me get a lot accomplished, because I am not use to taking in caffeine, but I drank lots of water to help avoid any more bladder infections due to dark liquids.

    I think it is ok, long as you don't abuse it like any other drug. I am not a big fan of caffeine, but with this circumstance it is useful.

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