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Some of you may drink coffee. Some of you may not. There is a lot of conflicting research out there regarding coffee. Some say that coffee should not be part of a healthy diet because of its addictive nature and effects on specific chemicals in the body. Others will say that a cup or two a day is actually beneficial to you. I am not in either camp. I think it ultimately comes down to whether or not you like coffee and how it makes you feel when you drink it. I personally love coffee. I don’t drink it for the caffeine, because caffeine really has no effect on me at all. I drink it for the flavor (has to be really high quality coffee — I’m kind of a coffee snob). However, coffee doesn’t always like me, so I limit my consumption to a cup or two per month.

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