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I am reading it is good for As, but its actions seems to affect bowel actions strongly, so it will probably affect absorption etc...

Tea does not have nearly the same effect.


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Coffee seems to help with this for me.  I drink decaf only now, since i am an explorer.  The book says it is a black dot for explorers, but it seems to be helpful to me.  

If you have trouble with digestion, you can also try water with lemon juice in it.  I find this helps me.
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helps with what ?


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Yes, coffee definitely gets me "going." Often rapidly (sometimes before finishing the cup) and sometimes somewhat explosively. It can be a good "quick fix" for constipation, but IMO it's better to prevent constipation in the first place by avoiding constipating foods. OTOH, if coffee is a beneficial food for you, then maybe drink it before eating, so it has its effect on the bowel BEFORe putting in food that needs to be absorbed?

Not that I drink coffee anymore (the last time I tried, half a cup made me jittery and i couldn't even finish it) but that was my experience pre BTD.


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helps with what ?


Can help the digestive system.  
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...maybe drink it before eating, so it has its effect on the bowel BEFORE putting in food that needs to be absorbed?
I'm pretty sure drinking it on an empty stomach is what used to send it straight through my husband... which would make sense as it is acidic isn't it?
His normal habit was to drink it first thing on an empty stomach & since I have started serving it only when breakfast was ready, it doesn't seem to have that same effect...

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tea does the same for me ...almost immediately
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tea does the same for me ...almost immediately


Interesting, for me too but muuuuch less.


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Coffee seems to help with this for me.  I drink decaf only now, since i am an explorer.  The book says it is a black dot for explorers, but it seems to be helpful to me.  

If you have trouble with digestion, you can also try water with lemon juice in it.  I find this helps me.
Is your decafinated coffee genetically modified to be so?  

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