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Okay I keep craving Starbucks frappuccino an I've heard so many different things about coffee. I've read all over the Web that it's safe an unsafe. I drank one today an I'm just making sure it's ok to drink at least a cup a week? :o
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Yup your fine! My doctor allows me one cup of coffee or up to 12 oz of soda a day so I normally just do half of that and through out the whole day not all at once!
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Ask your doctor to make sure but I have also read both good and bad things about coffee. If you must just limit your coffee consumption. I would say once a week and make it a tall decaf wouldn't be too bad. I as an avid Starbucks coffee drinker have definitely cut back a load.
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Coffee has TOO MUCHH caffeine! No way, It's actually worse than cigarette smoke. Idk bout your dr that told you it was fine, they are dumb!! Decaf is recommended for those coffee drinkers
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My doctor isn't dumb if your saying it hurts or messes up your baby then all my siblings an I would be messed up but we are not! my mom drank coffee non decaf with all of us I didn't know till I asked my dad about it. I drink one cup every other week. I'm not messing my child up. So don't say things unless you have facts that things are horrible when they aren't.
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