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@GOOD Asks: What Are Your Favorite Tips for Getting Through the Day Without Caffeine?

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Yesterday our food contributor Peter Smith covered Starbucks's new Trenta size cup option. This mega cup holds 31 ounces and contains the caffeine equivalent of four cups of coffee. I can't think of a better time to share our tips on how to get through the day without caffeine. Here is mine: Eat a healthy breakfast for a morning pick-me-up.

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