Matcha Tea and Health Benefits

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Matcha Tea and Health Benefits

Are you curious about matcha tea and the added health benefits?

Wondering what all the hype is about it?

In this video you will get the down low on matcha!

I talk about the main benefits and even surprising facts about matcha.

What is Matcha?

Matcha is a finely ground powder of specially grown and processed green tea leaves.

The green tea plants are shade-grown for three to four weeks before harvest.

There are three components of Matcha.

The first component is the caffeine. Matcha contains more caffeine than most green teas.

The caffeine that is in Matcha contributes to the taste and smell.

The second component of Matcha is chlorophyl.

When Matcha is grown in the shade, the amount of chlorophyl increases.

Consuming chlorophyl include anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant benefits.

The third component of Matcha is theanine.

Theanine can also impact the flavor of Matcha but most importantly, theanine has been linked to increased focus and can make you feel less anxious and stressed.

If coffee leaves you feeling more anxious and jittery, try a cup of Matcha instead!

The health world today can be so confusing.

There is so much new information coming at us it is hard to keep up!

I am here to sort through the info and help you be a more informed consumer.

And an added bonus!

I provide you with my favorite matcha recipe below…yum!

My Matcha Tea Recipe:

Ingredients

1 tsp matcha tea

1/4 cup hot water

1/2 cup unsweet nut milk

2 tsp coconut sugar

1/2 tsp ground cinnamon

Instructions

1.Heat the water and whisk with matcha powder.

2.On stove top, bring nut milk to medium heat.

3.Then add coconut sugar and cinnamon.

4.Use a hand frother until foamy and pour the milk over the matcha powder in a mug.

5.Enjoy with a meal.

Be sure to watch the video below for additional Matcha benefits!

Disclaimer

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Written by Eleni Ottalagana

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