This painful condition affects quite a few people and until I read this article I did not realize that black tea may help. The polyphenolic pigment thearubigins in black tea enhance bowel movement. It was also mentioned that where, when grown, and when picked will affect black teas ability to help. For more on the article please visit the page here. This article was made known to me by the Specialty Tea Institute in New York City.
This article is for all the men and for ladies who have men in their life, aka pretty much anyone. The article states that 80% of men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer by the time they are 60 years old. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer for men. This is a really short article and does not state the percentage of drinking a couple cups of green tea can help reduce prostate cancer, just that it can. I do not doubt it can help with prostate cancer, but was hoping on a percentage of or another nominal amount especially since it states 80 % and 2 cups of green tea a day.
This article talks about the health benefits of green tea and how it is important to Chinese an Japanese culture. This article deals with a study in the Journal of Periodontology talking about the green tea’s promotes healthy teeth and gums. The article is really good and pretty thorough though I assume the published study goes in depth with medical terminology. Yet again another great article from the Specialty Tea Institute.
Many of these places have been in the works for several months. I have my tea to buy as retail at Glass Art & Supply in Green Bay and Inspire Art Gallery in De Pere. If you want to drink my tea try The Cannery Public Market it is being served in their restaurant. Coming in October I am honored to be part of the Ready Retail Lab at Willy Street Coop. Hopefully this leads to me having my tea there after October. There are 3 locations, so this would be great. I have a few other places in the works, but until I have set dates and firmed up the details I will keep it to myself.
My farmers markets are winding down with only Algoma Farmer’s Market going until the end of October the rest are until the end of September. I have a few vendor events that I will vend. Hopefully a great opportunity for November and December, but that is not a sure thing and until it is certain I will not say anything about it.
Oh, almost forgot I am doing the NEWaukee Night Market this Wednesday and this Saturday I will be a part of 18th Annual Boxer Bash besides doing three of my farmers markets.
Well, I am part of a group where we had an assignment to produce a video. Here is my video I made. I hope you enjoy it. It a video showing how to make matcha tea. There is my spirit animal and director. A cat painted on a rock.
Hello everyone! The lovely Allison Weintrob is part of a recipe group on facebook with me. She really liked my blog post on blogger.
Here is the really nice write on my post on her blog. I am glad she contacted me and hope we continue this collaboration. She has followed my blog and I have done the favor to her too. Great quality recipes on her blog.
Oh, my post was a recipe for Arugula Ricotta Quiche.
This is an article from the Irish Times. I find it funny how some people I know in the USA who really like Ireland like coffee. I have met some people who are into Ireland in the USA that like tea too, but for some reason, I know more coffee drinkers who are Irish everything, but tea. Just seems interesting is all. According to Statistics Portal Ireland is the second largest drinkers of tea in 2016, with Turkey having the highest consumption. Most information has Ireland either second or third place for tea consumption, so they really are heavy tea drinkers. I mention this because the article starts with if Ireland had a national drink it would be tea.
Oh on to the article, lol. This article is a lighter read talking about some health benefits or green tea. It does a good job. It also mentions that black tea does have health benefits too. I do like that they mention if you are drinking tea for health reasons you should skip the milk. When people think of the Irish drinking tea they probably think of a black tea with milk in it.
A great article to help reduce the effects and lower someone’s chances of getting Parkinson’s Disease. This disease is degenerative, but the progression can be slowed down and maybe prevented if you take some preventative measures like watching your diet, getting more vitamin D3, eat fresh raw vegetables, increase intake of omega-3 fatty acids, drink green tea, and get regular aerobic exercise. The article goes into detail about why each can help.
Two of my newest and latest creations are Irish Breakfast and Cinnamon Chocolate Assam. The Irish Breakfast has been selling quite well. I want to blend a Scottish Breakfast too. I am hoping the Cinnamon Chocolate Assam sells well in the colder weather and it was just last week that I made the blend. I see this tea as a perfect drink for the colder months when you are sitting with your blanket gazing at a fire or reading a book. In winter I tend to always have a blanket over my lap.
Pictured above Cinnamon Chocolate Assam and below is Irish Breakfast tea.
Researches Prove That People Who Drink Tea Encounter Less Cardiovascular Diseases
This article I got from the Specialty Tea Institute. It does not focus on the health benefits but gives some statistics about who grows the most tea and define what tea is. The other half talks about tea health benefits:
- Tea improves vascular reactivity
- Drinking Tea helps in lowering Cholesterol
- Having Low Risks of Getting Heart Attack