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Bring on the blond roast.
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Cut out the milk and sugar.
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Who wants to pay $6 for a latte anyways?
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Like most things in life, moderation is the key, and while caffeine itself might not be inherently bad, the frequency, amount and the dependencies people have to it can be cause for concern. There's always a catch isn't there? While you might think that your cup of joe in the morning is your only exposure to caffeine, think again.
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Rule #1: No coffee before 10 a.m.
And yes, it will also give you a caffeinated jolt.
Even when it's not hot outside.
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