The Amazing Health Benefits Of Matcha Tea

Calming

Two special amino acids called theophylline and L-theanine are found in matcha green tea, which creates a unique energy boosting & calming effect on your body.

Strange but true, you really can feel relaxed & energized at the same time.

Weight loss

A study found that consuming matcha green tea can increase thermogenesis (the body’s own rate of burning calories) from a normal 8%-10% of daily energy expenditure, to between 35% and 43% of daily energy expenditure.

Combine this with healthy eating and exercise for the ultimate weight loss programme.

Sustained energy boost

Best of all this effect can last for up to 6 hours after consuming matcha green tea. 

Wait it doesn’t stop there. The unique effect will also help to improve your learning performance, promote concentration and support your immune system.

Full of antioxidants

All of which are great for when you are detoxing or simply when you want to give your body a boost or when you would like to prevent free radicals from damaging your body.

Cholesterol-lowering potential

A 2011 study showed that green tea had a significant effect in lowering the LDL or 'bad' cholesterol levels in research subjects.

Youth-promoting

Japan's longest-lived citizens regularly reach 100 plus and they're regular consumers of matcha.

Improve your skin

The matcha green tea polyphenols can be an effective agent for the prevention of sun induced skin disorders, helping to keep your skin looking young and beautiful.


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2 comments

PureChimp

Thanks for the question. The properties are similar to green tea but you are consuming the leaves and all of there natural goodness. With green tea, you all just steeping the leaves and not consuming them Also with matcha, the leaves are grown under a protective cover for the final two weeks. This extra love and care gives them that extra ‘green-ness’ and is the secret to their exceptional health benefits.

PureChimp
Tess Fitzgerald

This looks very interesting. I will definitely be sampling this tea. Are the properties similar to that of Green tea… but better?

Tess Fitzgerald

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