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... Not being able to drink in moderation is the definition of an alcoholic. ... (4 replies)
... I guess I should have made that more clear. I suppose I can drink in moderation some of the time but my problem is with social settings. At parties I can never seem to stop and in the morning I often forget things I did the night before. ... (4 replies)
... i can't drink in moderation, does that mean i'm a alcoholic? ... (4 replies)

... It's hard to tell without knowing you and seeing exactly what is going on. I often don't drink I moderation, but I'm far from an alcoholic. Let me explain.. I'm young and just drink when I want to relax and have a good time. ... (4 replies)
... I think you would have to explain that a lil further. Drinking and getting drunk is a whole dif situation getting drunk and being passed out on the floor is even more and have you lost your job. everything in moderation i think my aunt told me this once one drink a day 3 drinks a night (4 replies)
... I wouldnt worry about it too much, We are studying alcohol right now in my pharmacology and toxicology class. The general consensus I am getting from the lectures is moderation is the key. ... (5 replies)
... You will hear MANY different opinions on this. I think it's best to only have them in moderation, just in case. I remember a thread about a poster who ate hundreds of packets of Splenda per day. I would be concerned about this! ... (5 replies)
... I have caffeine, but I make sure to not have way too much! Studies show that it can be beneficial for certain things, but of course you have to keep it in moderation or there can be risks. ... (11 replies)
... I also have been concerned recently with aspartame in practically everything I drink. I try not to drink too much soda and I read the labels of the other things I want. ... (7 replies)
... I think some artificial sweeteners are OK if used in moderation. This includes Splenda. ... (7 replies)
... Hello everyone. I just found this board. I usually hang out on the menopause and HBP boards. I'm 43, in perimenopause and have been striving to live a healthy lifestyle for the past 10 years. ... (47 replies)
... What about dairy and bread? :) (47 replies)
... I think, everything in moderation. I mean, except illegal drugs and stuff that can screw up your brain. As far as foods go, I don't cut out anything completely. ... (47 replies)
Decaffeinated tea.
Jul 29, 2006
... of caffiene in tea. ... (5 replies)
Fresh start
Aug 14, 2006
... I'm new to this board...but I'm going to jump in and give you my best advice. ... (3 replies)
... is naturally high in oxalates. In people prone to form kidney stones, a very high oxalate diet can promote the formation of stones. So, folks prone to kidney stones may not want to overdo tea. ... (8 replies)

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