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Top 5 Reasons Why Matcha Provides Energy

by Jade Monk December 05, 2016

Top 5 Reasons Why Matcha Provides Energy

Everyone’s concerned with “going green” and saving the environment. There’s another environment you need to consider taking care of—your body. By “going green” personally and drinking Matcha, you’ll be treating your body to the healthiest beverage produced by nature. The health benefits of green tea have been known for thousands of years. The Chinese used green tea as a medicine for swelling, fever, depression and other illnesses. In 1191, the Zen Buddhist monk Eisai wrote in The Book of Tea that green tea could prevent fatigue, quell indigestion, improve concentration and more. While modern science hasn’t proven all of those claims, it has proved that green tea’s health benefits are immense—and Matcha’s benefits, in particular. Because Matcha is made by grinding the entire tea leaf into powder, all of those nutrients and benefits regular tea bags carry away stay right in the cup for drinking. This ensures that Matcha drinkers consume a higher concentration of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and fibers than other teas—in fact, more than 10 times more than even other green teas. More amazingly, there is no other fruit or vegetable in the world that provides more antioxidants than Matcha. 

Matcha also contains high amounts of L-Theanine — a unique set of natural amino acids found almost exclusively in green tea—as well as the tea caffeine, at one-third the amount found in a cup of coffee. Together, these two substances are thought to help provide increased mental clarity and energy. With virtually zero calories, this makes Matcha the ultimate “energy drink”—without any of the side effects found in the highly sugared, over-caffeinated beverages sold in stores. The benefits don’t end there. Studies have proven that green tea lowers cholesterol and the risk of liver disease. While the results have not been conclusive, many studies suggest that green tea can assist in weight loss, lower the risk of heart disease, and may help in preventing many types of illnesses.


Top 5 Reasons Why Matcha Provides Energy

1 – Matcha tea speeds up your body’s metabolism

Matcha tea has massive benefits for the body, and one of them is the ability to speed up your body’s metabolism. By speeding up your metabolism, you help your body to fully digest all the nutrients in food and maintain its optimal weight – and that makes you feel better and more alive. You can even think of matcha tea as your secret weight loss formula that nobody else knows about!

2 – Matcha tea contains antioxidants

If you think about the typical ways that people try to get their antioxidants – such as eating a bowl of wild blueberries – then matcha tea has all of them beat by a wide margin. Scientific studies have shown that matcha tea powder is bursting with powerful, healthy antioxidants that help to purify your body. And that leads to clean, pure energy that you can use all day! Those antioxidants are going to work, ridding your body of the impurities that leave it feeling sluggish and weak.

3 – Matcha’s nutrients can be easily absorbed

Instead of eating on the go, which places huge stress on your system, think of making time for yourself to enjoy food and sit down to really taste the food. That’s where matcha tea powder comes into the picture – it’s a wonderfully versatile (and tasty!) ingredient that can be used to make anything from smoothies and lattes to pancakes and ice cream. Here’s the key – your body is remarkably able to consume and absorb the nutrients in matcha powder. With just a few ingredients – think matcha, raw honey and coconut milk – you have the perfect basis for snack items that are easy and fast to make – and won’t have you reaching for junk food at all times of the day. 

4 – Matcha contains powerful amino acids

We all know that we should enjoy natural foods and avoid mass-produced processed foods. The same thing goes for what we drink. We should always be looking for the more nutritious option whenever possible. That’s where the amino acids within green matcha tea come into play – they help to minimize the impact of caffeine on your body. The amino acid L-theanine is especially powerful – it binds to the caffeine and slows its absorption into the bloodstream. That helps to avoid the addictive nature of caffeine – there’s no rapid cortisol delivery or adrenaline spike that leaves your body craving for more caffeine.

5 – Matcha means all-day energy

The caffeine in a typical cup of coffee can be absorbed in just 30 minutes, and that can lead to the habit of drinking cup after cup of coffee just to maintain the same level of alertness. Compare that to matcha – after just a single cup of matcha, you’ll have the alertness, concentration and focus that keeps you going all day long. A single bowl of matcha can keep you in a hyper-alert state for between 3-6 hours!

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