Brew a weak herbal tea for your water intake, use no sugar at all. I used 1 teabag to each liter of water when I just don't want water.
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I really like Fat Free Half and Half - I usually buy the store brand instead of the name brand because it is cheaper.
I sometimes use Splenda in my coffee and sometimes not. It depends on what kind of mood I am in
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Coconut milk is another good option and if you want a bit of sweet try stevia or xylitol.
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Thanks everyone! I think I might try some almond milk and also pick up the Land O Lakes just to try both. I do have one more question I am a terrible water drinker and I am really trying to drink more. I have tried the flavorings and its still hard for me to hit my daily intake. What I would like to know is do any of you count the water in tea or coffee? I know they are both diuretics so I am really not sure if I should count it or not? Thanks again for all the replies! Add me as a friend if you like I am just starting out again and I dont have many friends yet!
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I don't care for the fat free creamers and I can't stand milk in my coffee (even almond milk!). For me, I like my light cream. I have cut back on my coffee and don't drink it daily anymore, so I feel no guilt about adding light cream to my coffee (usually 1-2 tablespoons). I just factor it in to my daily intake. I've never used sugar in my coffee and I do sometimes drink it black depending upon what I'm brewing.
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Ok sooo I need some help with how to make my morning cup of coffee. I used to dump a ton of fat free creamer in and now I am using milk instead no sugar. I am confused about what is a better lower calorie choice? I dont use sugar gave that up so it has to be light...I cant stand it black! There are so many options I am just wondering what has been an ok choice for a drinker that likes it light. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance! Kassie
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