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I was told Green Tea is an anti-cancer beverage and that too much coffee or caffeinated tea was a promoter of some cancers.

I am so tired of hearing this. I drink coffee, with milk and sugar. It just tastes better.

But I do enjoy an occasional green tea and will have some when I have it available at the house.

I do not go out searching for green tea at the market however. Why should I? If it is true that Green Tea is an anti-oxidant, so be it. Fine. But I know that I like coffee and strong black tea as well. In fact I am having a pot of Black Silk Folgers brand coffee after this post.

If you want you can try eating a pint of blue berries which are said to contain plenty of those anti accidents and there is a lot of flavor in them. So have at it. I prefer to have blueberry pie myself with a large sized cup of strong coffee. I believe I can fight this free radical thing. But then I am a free radical at heart myself. :)


Image Credit » blank pen original art by Anthony Davis, writer at persona paper

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Comments

MegL wrote on July 25, 2017, 12:36 PM

Love your "anti accidents". You are definitely a free radical at heart!

Kasman wrote on July 25, 2017, 2:48 PM

Everything in moderation is my motto. Unless it's chocolate, of course! emoticon :smile:

VinceSummers wrote on July 25, 2017, 7:22 PM

Don't put faith in everything you read.

lookatdesktop wrote on July 27, 2017, 10:16 AM

I don't . :)

lookatdesktop wrote on July 27, 2017, 10:17 AM

Dark Chocolate Blue Diamond Almond Milk is best.

lookatdesktop wrote on July 27, 2017, 10:18 AM

Yea and Now It is time for me to investigate the health factors with using WiFi routers in the home. Does WiFi cause a risk of getting cancer? I have to do this for my own sanity.

Squidwhisperer wrote on July 29, 2017, 10:42 PM

Sorry man - I live in the land of blueberries and they are seriously good. Most berries in fact. I'm with you on the coffee. Only thing with that is that I've striven to go fair-trade for the last couple decades. It generally tastes way better and - more importantly - pays the pickers a decent wage.