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11/28/11 10:46 A

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Some folks might have a problem with the extra sugar. An active hockey player can probably burn that up pretty fast. Some extra protein would be good....maybe add in some whey powder to feed those developing muscles. That would make it a "power drink"! (nobody makes fun of "power drinks", right?)

Chocolate (especially dark chocolate) is very good for some people because it contains a powerful anti-oxidant, but some folks can be allergic or intolerant of it, and it can trigger a migraine because of certain other chemicals in it.

Anyhooo...all these trendy cappuchino mocha latte drinks are just fancy hot chocolate, right?

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11/27/11 7:54 P

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Hi I been looking for an answer and no luck,lol
The other morning I gave my son{14 yrs} a cup of hot chocolate to drink in the car on the way to his Hockey Game,he plays on,my question is ,Is it o.k to drink this????
My husband is his coach,there are 2 assistance coach my nephew is 1 of them and he was telling the other 1 how my son ,his cousin drank this before a game and basically belittling him ,my hubby know tells me this,so I will talk to him later,but was wondering is it really that wrong?so upset when I heard this I even refuse to go to his parents house for the big game today on how he can do this?to his younger cousin who looked up to him,
His breakfast ,was cheerios,fruit, a glass of milk plus 2 slices whole grain toast with natural P.B he hates the cold car at 7 a.m so I made him an hot drink,
Thanks Deb

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