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BUNNYKICKS Posts: 2,386
5/1/13 11:52 A

I do track my tea, even though it is low-to-zero calories, just to keep an eye on my fluid intake.

I have switched from coffee to tea for "regular drinking" at home or office. I only drink coffee now, when I can get a *Good* cup of coffee. The stuff we get at work is such swill, you need lots of cream and sugar to make it barely palatable! I've been very happy to make the switch to tea!

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5/1/13 10:19 A

I Love Green tea !!!

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5/1/13 8:03 A

I don't track it, I consider it a bonus drink

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5/1/13 7:16 A

You can track it....but I just count it as water

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5/1/13 7:14 A

Seeing that green tea has no cal or anything do you still track it? also would u count it as ur glasses of water or no? trying to cut out coffee

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