What Matcha contains

What Matcha contains:

Theophylline – This unique form of caffeine is found only in tea, particularly green tea. Theophylline releases very slowly, over 8-10 hours, thus providing sustained energy without the negative effects of caffeine.

L-Theanine – This is a new and exciting amino acid found exclusively in green tea. L-Theanine has been shown to significantly increase alpha waves in the brain. This induces a profound relaxing and calming effect, as well as increasing mental alertness and learning capacity.

Thermogenics – Green tea has long been studied as a weight loss aid. Research now indicates that drinking green tea can boost metabolism by 35-40%, thus increasing fat burning capacity without any adverse side effects.

Anti-oxidants – The catechins found in green tea are some of the most powerful natural anti-oxidants, thereby having a strong anti-aging effect on the body. The anti-oxidants in green tea are 100 times stronger than Vitamin C, and 25 times stronger than Vitamin E.   Matcha green tea contains 70 times the anti-oxidant capacity of orange juice, and 9 times the beta carotene of spinach.

Chlorophyll – Matcha contains extremely high levels of Chlorophyll, thus the brilliant emerald green color. Chlorophyll is one of the most powerful blood detoxifyers, as well as supporting a healthy blood alkalinity.

Ongoing Research is validating multiple claimed benefits of green tea. Of particular interest is medical and scientific research including:

Polyphenols and Catechins – These phytonutrients are quickly becoming known as the most potent cancer fighting substances known to man. Matcha green tea contains the highest levels of these precious derivatives.

Adaptogenics – Green tea is an “adaptogen” which means it supports the adrenal glands by lowering levels of the “stress” hormone Cortisol.

Blood Pressure Lowering Catechins – Green Tea contains specific catechins that can lower blood pressure by preventing contraction of blood vessels through inhibition of Angiotensin.

Cholesterol Lowering agents – Green tea has been shown to decrease the levels of LDL (‘bad”) cholesterol while having no effect on HDL (“good”) cholesterol.

Blood Sugar Stabilizers – The polysaccharides in green tea can protect against insulin spikes thus stabilizing blood sugar levels.

Anti-microbial – Green tea contains potent antibiotics and anti-virals, lending itself to the prevention and treatment of many common ailments including flu, cold, food poisoning etc.

These anti-microbial catechins also prevent tooth decay and gum disease, as well as sweetening bad breath by balancing the gut micro flora.