What effect does caffeine have on sugar addiction?

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Jacob Teitelbaum
Integrative Medicine
You need to cut back on excess caffeine, which aggravates the symptoms of sugar addiction. It also makes you tired, and that makes you reach for sugar to artificially boost your energy. It’s a good idea to limit yourself to one cup of regular coffee a day, and then switch to tea (preferably caffeine-free after the first cup). Use tea leaves or teabags instead of powders or bottled teas that are high in sugar (and are more like soda).
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