Robarr, Satisfying Calorie-, Caffeine-, Acid-Free Hot Drink
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RoBarr is a tasty calorie-free, caffeine-free, and acid-free hot drink. RoBarr is roasted barley that is brewed or perked just like coffee. I find that unlike tea or coffee, I can enjoy original RoBarr absolutely plain, so it is really helping me kick my overuse of artificial sweeteners. Although RoBarr is not available in stores yet, you can order it online at robarr dot com. Linda, who created RoBarr, is an online friend of mine who has lost a significant amount of weight partly due to RoBarr.
I like the Bold version of RoBarr with milk (Splenda optional) like a roasted barley latte. When I'm a little hungry, especially in the evening, I find RoBarr often satisfies me and keeps me from indulging in things that would keep me from staying at my goal weight.
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I love coffee but am not a tea drinker and know it's not a great idea to drink coffee right before bed but I do love a hot drink in the evening so I came up with a caffeine free alternative. I squeeze out the juice of a lemon (a Meyer lemon is best if you can find it). I add boiling water and calorie free sweetener. This hot lemonade is very satisfying on a cold winter night.
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