Original Japanese Matcha Slimming Tea Detox Antioxidant Fat Burner, 10 g, 20 pieces
The best green matcha tea around the world.
100% natural without gluten-free additions.
What is matcha tea?
It is a type of green tea that has been drunk in China and Japan for hundreds of years. Matcha leaves containing the same components of green tea in concentrated form are ground into powder, so little of it is sufficient.
How was it made?
- Two weeks before the harvest, farmers build structures around plants to shade them, leaving them in the dark. This is thought to make the leaves wetter, sweeter, and lighter.
- After harvest, the tea leaves are steamed directly, then dried and placed in hot ovens for 20 minutes or so.
- Workers then remove the stems, twigs and other unnecessary parts and grind the leaves into powder.
How does it taste?
Although it is made from the same leaves as green tea, some people say that matcha is sweeter and creamier than regular green tea. You may also notice a herbal smell and taste, especially if you use a lot of powder.
- Antioxidants are substances in foods that can help protect cells from damage.
- Some studies show that due to the way you made it, matcha contains more antioxidants than green tea.
- Catechin, an antioxidant in matcha, helps lower blood pressure, harmful cholesterol (LDL) and total cholesterol. This is good because high levels of them can lead to heart disease, heart attack and stroke.
- Polyphenols and other antioxidants in matcha (as well as green tea) may help protect body cells from cancer.
- Polyphenols may reduce inflammation due to conditions such as arthritis.
- It may also slow down the breakdown of cartilage (the tissue that supports your joints) that arthritis can cause.
- A cup of matcha tea daily helps keep your teeth in good condition.
- Matcha helps keep you awake and focused when you need it. This is partly due to one of the best studied ingredients: caffeine. But do not multiply, as too much can make you nervous and cause insomnia.
How to make matcha tea
- Whisk half a cup of boiling water with a teaspoon of two tablespoons of matcha powder.
- It is whisk until the foam appears.
- Add more water if the flavor is strong to you.
- You can use any kind of milk with it.
- Once heated, you can add a little honey if you like.
With special juices just a teaspoon or two will do the trick.
Try several different mixes to find the one that works best with the matcha taste.
Sprinkle with oats and granola Add matcha to your favorite breakfast bowl.
If you prepare granola at home, look for recipes that use powder, or add a teaspoon or two to the current recipe.
- 1 teaspoon of matcha to half a cup of yogurt, then mix.
- Add some fruits, nuts, seeds, and a little honey to get a healthy treatment.
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How to store
- Store in a cool dry place
- Keep out of sunligh