[QUOTE=PrimalJayne;983279]Yep, that's what I'm a thinkin but without milk I can't drink tea or coffee and at this stage I can't imagine my day without either - but that is why I posed the question - cos with all the other good eating it just somehow doesn't feel right (although I'm not man enough to exclude it yet).
Thanks for your thoughts![/QUOTE]
You can drink your coffee without milk/cream or sugar. Years and years ago I use to drink over 30 cups of coffee/day. The caffeine did not worry me as much as the cream and the 2 heaping teaspoons of sugar in each cup. My mother drank black coffee so I asked her how she did it. "Just start drinking it that way, if a few days you get use to it". I did, now I can't even think of having like a cappacino or anything like that. Black or I gag. Try it, you'll like it.
[QUOTE=PrimalJayne;983115] Is milk really ok? just a little bit? and the coconut sugar? and the tiny, tiny sprinkles of cheese? (oops 3).[/QUOTE]
From what I've read on the forums, and experienced for myself, dairy can stall weight loss for women. Dunno why, it's probably our lovely hormones. :rolleyes: Butter's all I have.
I would definitely ditch the coconut sugar, and switch to canned coconut milk for coffee creamer. And no more cheese!
BTW, a cup of rich, varietal black coffee is one of the wondrous things in this world!