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    Superfoods,a Good Read on Nutrition


    I read this and thought wow i eat most of this stuff . Coconut oil, nattu pb, avacados eggs, etc i didnt know guana juice is good for sleep , nice. I eat blueberries basicLLY EVERY DAY

    Superfoods

    Ten Foods You Should Be Eating - AOL Health

    "Bad foods" thats are actualy good for you

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    I'll have to check out sardines next time I visit the grocery store.
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    Well, at least I'm in there with the green tea. Interesting info, thx.
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    does green tea have caff in it? On my Lipton Grean tea bags it doesnt list it, but ive read somewhere it does
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    Yeah, it's like coffee though, it's not gonna list it on the ingredient list. It also doesn't contain near as much as coffee (i'm thinkin less than 1/3 but I don't remember). I'm pretty sure they offer decaf green tea also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moyer
    Yeah, it's like coffee though, it's not gonna list it on the ingredient list. It also doesn't contain near as much as coffee (i'm thinkin less than 1/3 but I don't remember). I'm pretty sure they offer decaf green tea also.

    Coffee = 100mgs per serving
    Green Tea = 40mgs per serving
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    Thanks Pump!

    Update: Sardines are nasty.
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    100mg is for a small cup (8oz) of relatively weak coffee. Many of the sizes and blends their selling at Starbucks and other coffee shops contain 200mg+ of caffeine.

    For reference, a 12 oz can of caffeinated soda has about 40mg caffeine. A Red Bull has 80mg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moyer
    I'll have to check out sardines next time I visit the grocery store.
    Hell yeah! Dude, I lived off sardines for 2 weeks when I moved into my new house. Just be sure to get them packed in water and not oil. The majority of sardine brands use crappy soy/canola oil.

    Or you can fork over the cash for the good stuff and get them packed in virgin olive oil.

    EDIT: I should neg you for what you've said about sardines. Shame on you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aeternitatis
    Hell yeah! Dude, I lived off sardines for 2 weeks when I moved into my new house. Just be sure to get them packed in water and not oil. The majority of sardine brands use crappy soy/canola oil.

    Or you can fork over the cash for the good stuff and get them packed in virgin olive oil.

    EDIT: I should neg you for what you've said about sardines. Shame on you
    The ones I got were canned in tomato juice. I really wanted to like them, but they were just too fishy/oily and I couldn't get past the skin/scales being left on. I can eat tuna all day though.
  

  
 

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