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Goofy Question?
Goofy Question?
12/17/12 5:34 PM
Soooo... I have a goofy question... emoticon

I love the shakeology and drink it everyday. I especially love it with peppermint extract in it. My question is I often drink it for dinner as I live alone and don't want to cook at night just for me. It is also great because with food allergies it can sometimes be hard to figure out a great dinner for 1.

Here is my question: As it get colder and colder (ok, well sort of cold I live in California and I know it really isn't cold), but anyhow at night I love a glass of hot chocolate, but... Well that just doesn't fit into my challenge program. I am wondering if I could drink my shakeology as a warm drink? I am afraid that by making it a warm drink that it will destroy some of its wonderful nutrition that I love it for and not to mention it's yummy goodness.

Is this a possibility? I mean it just makes such a great chocolate peppermint drink and well it would be a great replacement for the way those drinks are usually made. Not that I add alcohol to my hot chocolate as that would trigger a cluster headache and that would be a bad thing, but I am sure that there are others out there who would love a hot chocolate replacement too? I can't be the only one missing their hot chocolate!!!

Namaste Sallyjane
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RE: Goofy Question?
12/17/12 10:05 PM as a reply to Sallyjanecoach.
I've heard that anything over 120 degrees kills some of the good stuff. So I guess warm chocolate would be okay.
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RE: Goofy Question?
12/21/12 9:43 AM as a reply to Sallyjanecoach.
Correct. Anything over 115 degrees destroys the nutrients. Better not to chance it.
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