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Is sugar in tea making you fat?   Share:  
Thrust of argument: Look closely at yourself. Direction of resistance / implied resistance: Do you put three or two sugars in tea? Yes.

 

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Removal of resistance: Do you drink half a dozen cups a day, or more (by cups we mean mugs, in fact)? Yes. Unification: What are you waiting for. Try it without sugar and LIKE IT. Okay, you can't be forced to like it. What you can do is stop wanting it to be sweet. Have a biscuit with it, then you'll get in the habit easily - after all, if you have sweet tea and a sweet biscuit, you're wasting half the sweetness and don't notice it. So just remove it from the tea, dammit.
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