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    • #15164

      In the morning, most of us start off with some type of beverage. Weather it’s coffee, tea, green juice or whatever it is. How do you start your day?

      Personally, I’m everywhere with my choices. I enjoy espresso or coffee when I don’t go to the gym early mornings. When I do go to the gym, I have preworkout and I will have some herbal tea when I get home.

      How about you? How do you like to start your day? Do you like coffee or are you not a fan of caffeine?

    • #15169

      I always need coffee to start my mornings! Then I usually have one around 1pm or 2pm because I get that “afternoon slump”.

    • #15199
      jacko Cardozo
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      I have just started drinking this “Greek mountain tea” after being suggested it by a naturopothist, i did some intense research of my own (as i cant help being a bit of a cynic about most heath related suggestions)

      I am actually really exited about this tea, it has a few specific benefits for Ataxia such as nerve damage repair and a high level of antioxidants.
      It also has loads of other great benefits (link attached)

      The health benefits of Greek mountain tea

      it is a great replacement for caffeinated drinks as the make you need to pee more anyway (so boring if you have ataxia)

      Hope this is useful!

      Jacko

    • #15752

      @jacko-cardozo thank you for the information regarding Greek Mountain Tea! I’m trying to cut back on caffeine, so this seems like a great alternative!

      Do you find the tea helping you? Where do you purchase it (I ask because I have never heard of it)?

      Thanks!

    • #15761
      Erin Solomon
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      I like to have a Dr Pepper! 🙂

    • #15775

      Yum!

    • #15805
      jacko Cardozo
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      @christina-logan I get it from a nutritionalist but i think you can buy it online.

    • #15808

      @jacko-cardozo good to know! I’ll do some research. Thanks!

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