Coffee Replacement Questions
Dear PHers After this post. http://paleohacks.com/questions/123309/what-harmful-foods-drinks-are-you-still-refusing-to-give-up#axzz1xfPuUaRn AND clear evidence that coffee messes me up, I have decided that I AM giving up coffee for good. Does... (more)
Recently all the evidence has been pointing to coffee as bad for my stomach and increasing my cold sore recurrence but I cannot (will not) give it up. One of my greatest joys in life has been bulletproof coffee for breakfast most days but I... (more)
I am curious as to what the Paleo community thinks of coffee substitutes such as Caffix and Teeccino. They are generally caffeine-free grain concoctions. Primary ingredients are cobarley and chicory. Do you think they are unhealthy because of... (more)
I am talking specifically about this. Because I love coffee, and because their logo caught my eye (Eh heh), I took a look and I kind of want to try their brew. Myself being a beanfiend, it's kind of upsetting that so many people regard coffee as... (more)
Is it a stimulant? I hear it is high in magnesium. Anyone have any advice or recipes for any chicory drinks mixed with chocolate, cream, coffee or cinnamon?
Hey all! I have been gluten free for years, but have been slowly converting to paleo over the last six months. Been feeling AMAZING, but am still working out the kinks as I go. One of the foods that has been on my 'No' list for awhile was... (more)
Try as I might, I am not at the point where I can give up coffee. I'm sure its an addiction, but it's the one thing I look forward to in the morning. If I had to give it up, I would surely crash and burn on my Paleo plan. I drink three 8oz.... (more)
I'm trying again to quit coffee because I have issues even with decaf. I find hot coconut beverages serve as a satisfying substitute. The one I drink is composed of hot water, coconut milk and curry powder. Does anyone have suggestions for... (more)
Try adding unsweetened cocoa powder...whatever amount that you can tolerate the bitterness of. Also try adding a little cayenne powder. A small amount will give a hint of flavor, and a little more makes a nice spicy cocoa drink.