Of course not! It's not harmful to your health, although some would argue otherwise, and no one forced you to drink it. Try cutting down each day and go from there. Best of luck.
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You likely do not have a cause of action against Cumberland farms.
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No, you can not sue. This is a subject for a mental health professional. You should seek treatment from a mental health counselor or nutritionist specializing in food addiction.