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Let's have a Green Tea Party

Updated on July 8, 2013

Reaching for the yummy goods

My Uncle was determined to find the Rum Raisin
My Uncle was determined to find the Rum Raisin
He was looking and looking and looking
He was looking and looking and looking

It Originated in China

Green tea originated from China, and comes from the Camellia sinensis plant, which is a plant that under goes a unique oxidation process. Its leaves are used to produce tea of all sorts, but primarily that of the famous Green tea, that has recently become very popular in the United States, and much of the western world.

The reason for such popularity of green tea, has been attributed to that of its potency of how its processed to be a high antioxidant, which means that it does not quickly oxidize like many other drinks, and organic food substances as they age.


A Healthier Choice - The benefits are plenty

It’s also loaded with polyphenols, and flavonoids, (Flavonoids are also known as Vitamin P, and is a class of plant secondary metabolites that helps to as a powerful Antioxidant as well, that reduces the aging process and health wise it helps the capillaries in the heart.)

Drinking just one glass of green tea, will make a huge difference for the average person who is in need of PH-balance, due to the high probability of them consuming a great deal of oxidizing agents in the for of processed foods, drinks, and snacks.

This type of a drink has been used for centuries in China, and much of Asia as a medicinal type of tea, and now the west has found such purposes for it as well.



This guy wouldn't quit he keep on looking for over 10 minutes for that Darn Rum raisin, it was his favorite Ice Cream
This guy wouldn't quit he keep on looking for over 10 minutes for that Darn Rum raisin, it was his favorite Ice Cream
Look at his intensity here, Man oh man!
Look at his intensity here, Man oh man!
Still Looking, he didn't wanna give up.
Still Looking, he didn't wanna give up.

Green tea & Cancer prevention

Doctors for the longest time have been stressed, and haven't been able to crack the infamous cancer code, in terms of figuring out what makes it all tick and in search for a potential cure to combat its lethal uprising within the human body. Well today there is a such thing as Antioxidants, which are powerful natural earth elements in which are primarily found in organic substances such as plants, vegetables, fruits, berries, and even nuts as well as grains.

This is what makes such a thing as tea something worth researching about, and scientists as well as doctors are currently making cancer break through of epic proportions, simply to realize that the main causes are stemming from the way man kind has been manipulating nature to come up with quicker ways to manufacture foods, such as genetic engineered agriculture, seeds of trees, spraying of pesticides into soils, and on leaves of trees, as well as fruit vines, bushes, roots, and the likes.

So as soon as something like Green Tea was discovered to have true cancer fighting results due to its ability to boost the oxygen levels in our cells of our body, it has also become an imperative to exploit, and market this awesome powerful health drink.




Its a Green Tea Ice Cream Party forget the Rum Raisin

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He failed miserably, Haha!
He failed miserably, Haha!
He failed miserably, Haha!

Enjoying Green Tea Ice Cream

Haagen-Dazs the mega Ice Cream company has made its move in the market, as a major distributor of ice cream products over the years, and so they were sure to pick up the sweet scent of such a powerful antioxidant component as green tea, and add it to one of their unique flavors.

The owners of such a huge cooperation were indeed smart in doing such a thing, because Green Tea has become a household name in the United States recently with their help, and as the health consciousness of our society has been emerging upwards slowly on a daily basis, within the last 2 or 3 years or so.

Its a good thing because people worldwide are beginning to awaken out of their dormant deep dependency on cooked foods, fast foods, carbonated drinks that caused rapid cell denaturing, and oxidation (Increase the aging process), and other harmful processed food products from supermarkets that only have seemed to care for profits, and less for the health of the people who they've been selling to.


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    • CloudExplorer profile imageAUTHOR

      Mike Pugh 

      5 years ago from New York City

      Thanks Carol7777 for sharing, I missed this comment made by you somehow, but its better late than never, glad you like my hub here.

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      carol stanley 

      6 years ago from Arizona

      I know green tea is really good for you. I am a coffee fanatic..I may try it..Great hub to get some inspiration.

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      Mike Pugh 

      6 years ago from New York City

      @bravewarrior, thank you for your comment, oh yeah I love the yummy brand of ice cream, and Haagen Dazs makes the best in my opinion.

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      Mike Pugh 

      6 years ago from New York City

      @cclitgirl, thank you Green Tea ice cream is a delicious choice of a more healthier brand of ice cream, oh yes indeed it is, give it a try.

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      Mike Pugh 

      6 years ago from New York City

      Hey @PWalker281, yes you are right I know this, but the facts of pure green tea made from china is what it is, that's why I placed the relevant info as is here in my hub.

      As for having a green tea ice cream party its to each ones own I must say, and I enjoy it every once in a while, mainly because I eat all organic foods today, and balance is the key to the whole antioxidant game. PH balance that is, but thanks for the cool comment, and I agree with you, I'm not so sure about its effects on allergies though.

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      Mike Pugh 

      6 years ago from New York City

      Thank you Bill, yeah I been on fire lately with unleashing so many words, and hubs, and videos and all, I refuse to quit, to take a break, to stop. The world need inspiring, and so I'm on the job of trying to be a super hubber today.

      I just hit 1 year as well, and so I'm going to be doing it full steam ahead now, Cheers bro to powerful writing efforts, and all.

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      Shauna L Bowling 

      6 years ago from Central Florida

      In addition to it's antioxidant properties, green tea serves as a metabolism booster. It can help you lose weight when incorporated with healthy eating habits.

      I wasn't aware of green tea ice cream. Hmmmm. Might have to try some!

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      Cynthia Calhoun 

      6 years ago from Western NC

      I have never had a coffee habit - I've always drank green or black tea in the mornings. I usually drink green tea, though because it's also easier on the stomach. I love the stuff! It's so good for you. Thanks for sharing this - I had no idea green tea ICE CREAM even existed. Ice cream is a weakness I have. :D

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      Mike Pugh 

      6 years ago from New York City

      @Faith Reaper, Busy isn't the word how about unconscious LOL. I been writing like a mad man, but eventually I will burn myself out, and will have to recuperate for sure.

      Thanks for the cool comment and for sharing as you always do for me, you always leave me such kind words, and you are awesome for that..

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      PWalker281 

      6 years ago

      I've used green tea, along with alkaline foods and coconut water in my diet, to successfully manage seasonal allergies (wrote a hub about it). But it has to be high quality, organic green tea to work. The commercial, grocery store brands aren't as effective. Informative hub, Mike. Voted up, interesting, useful, and shared!

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      Mike Pugh 

      6 years ago from New York City

      @Vellur, oh yes there loads of health benefits, I tried to make the hub informative and fun at the same time, and so the video there is loaded with all the rest of the health benefits oh, yes indeed and the ice cream is sensational.

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      Mike Pugh 

      6 years ago from New York City

      @Victoria Lynn, I love it it taste awesome, you will enjoy it to I bet.

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      Bill Holland 

      6 years ago from Olympia, WA

      When did you sneak this one in? I can't keep up with you, Mike; you are a writing and videoing machine! Great job and our household does drink green tea on a regular basis.

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      Faith Reaper 

      6 years ago from southern USA

      Insightful hub. Let's have a spot of "green" tea. Ha. Well done. You have been a busy hubber. God bless. In His Love, Faith Reaper

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      Nithya Venkat 

      6 years ago from Dubai

      Green teas has many health benefits. The green tea ice cream - I wonder how it tastes, must try. Great hub.

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      Victoria Lynn 

      6 years ago from Arkansas, USA

      I know I need to drink more green tea. Green tea ice cream? sounds interesting. Nice hub. Voted up and others. Well done1

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      Mike Pugh 

      6 years ago from New York City

      Hey Cyndi, I figured why not right up a quick hub on this awesome food item, since green tea has always been so healthy for us all, not everyone knows all that's good about it all, and plus me and my family members just got done enjoying a Green tea Ice Cream party, as well.

      Thanks for the awesome insightful comment, it was a yummy experience for sure, and I highly recommend the Haagen Dazs Ice Cream brand for sure. Enjoy!

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      Cynthia B Turner 

      6 years ago from Georgia

      Green tea is indeed so healthy for you. This was a well researched article. You brought out a lot of interesting facts related to the health benefits of drinking green tea. I didn't realize it has a positive affect on the pH balance. Well done.

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