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Lots of Coffee Might Lower Depression Risk? Hmmm.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Lots of Coffee Might Lower Depression Risk: Study

My walking buddy also has read that there is a study about drinking coffee might prevent some cancers too!

Isn't it funny, I just recently found I can drink coffee with some non-dairy creamers! Yum!!
*another blog - another point!" emoticon

**P.S. I get a sour taste even from Non-Dairy Creamers and then noticed, most of them have Soy in them.
emoticon I am allergic to Soy!
I have been using the Sugar-Free International Delight Hazelnut and loving it! The Fat-Free International Delight tastes sour to me - and has way more calories too!
Quite by accident I found I can use Heavy Cream but you can imagine how the calories added up!
emoticon I don't know why I can use Heavy Cream but not Milk, and not Half & Half.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
VALERIEMAHA 10/1/2011 10:34AM

    There's something...Just.Wrong...with:



An oxymoron?
A contradiction in terms?
Jez' plain unhealthy?
Did I hear talk of preventing cancer here?

Sorry. The emoticon made me do it!!!
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Comment edited on: 10/1/2011 10:46:44 AM

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AMR6665 9/28/2011 9:34AM

    Hmmmmm...I drink lot's of coffee and still battle depression! emoticon

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AMR6665 9/28/2011 9:34AM

    Hmmmmm...I drink lot's of coffee and still battle depression! emoticon

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HAPPYLOSER46 9/28/2011 3:49AM

    Oh no.. I wonder if there is such a thing as nondairy creamer out there without soy? I hope you can find some soon.

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MSLZZY 9/27/2011 10:32PM

    Some things make no sense at all. Keep experimenting until you find something you can enjoy with your coffee. I just wonder how on the mark these studies are.

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NEWKAREN43 9/27/2011 10:05PM

    Coffee beats day it's a cure all the next it will kill you. Same with red wine, the general "alcoholic drink', chocolate, it just shows that moderationis the key to every thing. I must say, I'm loving my coffee these days, not for any medicinal purpose but purely for confort of habit...interesting article.

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WATERMELLEN 9/27/2011 9:58PM

    I am happy to take advantage of all excuses to justify my coffee drinking (which is officially my only remaining sin: yeah!) Do drink it black and sugar free almost all the time . . . enjoy the occasional skim milk latte with Splenda, and I've tried the Splenda vanilla and hazelnut add-ins, quite delish! emoticon

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TYBEWALLACE 9/27/2011 9:28PM

    I saw that study and heard about it on CNN as well, I know when I cut down to 4 or 5 cups a day not only was I moody but I got headaches. I don't know if you can get it where you are but Splenda makes a coffee additive that has almost nothing in it but flavor, they make Mocha, French Vanilla and Hazelnut.

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SUSIEPH1 9/27/2011 5:42PM

    I am the same I can use cream but not milk wouldn'd you think it would be the same ??
Thank you Linda for all your comments on my feeds and page !!
I am glad you are going well too my friend !!
Take care hugs Susie emoticon

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MEADSBAY 9/27/2011 5:13PM

    One week it's good, the next week it's bad for us.
Everything in moderation, I say.
I'm a tea drinker but enjoy a cup of coffee once a week or so- w/plenty of half and half.


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MRS.DOYLE 9/27/2011 4:55PM

    I don't drink coffee and don't suffer from depression. There's always one, I suppose. I only half read the news items earlier today but remember thinking it was all very "unproved".

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T2SEE140 9/27/2011 3:21PM

  Thanks for posting the study. I don't drink coffee, I always say that it will ruin my growth spurt. Some day I will be tall...hehehe.

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KIMDONN 9/27/2011 3:14PM

    I am not a coffee drinker because it gives me a tummy ache, but the benefits might start out weighing the tummy ache...LOL

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PARASELENIC 9/27/2011 2:39PM

    almond milk can be awesome in coffee-- a good, non-soy, non-dairy, but still protein rich and creamy substitute.

AND THANK YOU for helping to justify my coffee habit!

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MARTY19 9/27/2011 2:02PM

    I love fat free coffee mate. so new flavors which taste yummy!!!!

Love you

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GRAYGRANNY 9/27/2011 1:51PM

    Isn't it interesting how they come along and say it is not good for you then come around and then say it is in fact good for you.....and even sometimes they come around AGAIN and say it is not good for you. I think the main thing is to remember to not to over indulge

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NEW-CAZ 9/27/2011 1:24PM

    Great blog Linda emoticon

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PEDAL-PUSHER 9/27/2011 1:16PM

    After all the bad press about caffine, it's nice to hear something good! I read the article also...........who can be depressed when you're wired?????????? Seriously, there is nothing like the aroma of a fresh-brewed pot to lift my spirits. During the summer I got in the habit of starting a pot before I went for an early AM walk,nothing like the smell of it when you open the a gift!

Love your backround!

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ESILBO 9/27/2011 1:11PM


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HIKETOHEIGHTS 9/27/2011 1:07PM

    I look forward to my coffee also! Which non- dairy creamer do you enjoy? I have nojo.

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