Chip wrote:I still wonder why the obsession over a few possible percentage points based upon the figures you posted?
It's not my obsession, it's Kevin's assertion:
Kevangogh wrote: I definitely am not conceding that I am wrong on this point but the next time I get to Fukushima I will pull out the files and site my sources. I will probably go there next weekend.
@Chip: don't try to turn over the question. The original one was: "What japanese green tea flush has the most catechins content?
It wasn't: "How does mr. a.serrao take his green tea"?
Having said that, what I'd like to hear is Kevin's response and the articles he said supported his original statement. All other things are hot air.
I think my question is legitimate. If you are seemingly recommending or endorsing a practice, we should know if you are actually following such a practice. Inquiring minds want to know ...
It is your choice to answer ... or not. I have shared my practice, what I endorse as an alternative solution, just drink more FF to make up for possible lower catechin levels (if this is 100% true which is still debatable). This topic is not really to debate without application. I mean, that is the whole point, right? I have seen other members state their practice in this topic.
Your recommendations defy application for most TCers, heck is anyone following this practice ... or are we debating ... arguing over something that has no real world application.
Nibancha, brewed ultra hot, 10 minutes, with lemon for body absorption per a.serrao's recommendation earlier, is anyone going to do this?
I mean, this is where the rubber hits the road. Right?