BIO Matcha Japanese, 100%

Matcha is a type of powdered green tea that is rich in antioxidants. In traditional green tea, the leaves are soaked in hot water and then discarded.
But with matcha, the dried leaves are actually ground into a powder, mixed into a drink and consumed. The tea has a unique, slightly bitter taste
and bright green colour and is considered the most aromatic form of green tea.

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Matcha tea
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BIO MATCHA 

What is Matcha?
Matcha is a type of powdered green tea that is rich in antioxidants. In traditional green tea, the leaves are steeped in hot water and then discarded.
But with matcha, the dried leaves are actually ground into a powder, mixed into a drink and consumed. The tea has a unique, slightly bitter taste
and bright green colour and is considered the most aromatic form of green tea.

 

What are the benefits and effects of using matcha?
It can help fight cancer

Matcha green tea has long been studied as a cancer prevention tool. An earlier study among women with stage 1 and 2 breast cancer found that those who drank an average of eight cups of green tea a day had a lower risk of cancer recurrence and a longer disease-free period compared to those who consumed an average daily dose.

 

May help prevent type 2 diabetes

Some studies suggest that green tea may fight diabetes by helping the body release more insulin. Insulin is a hormone that helps transport blood sugar into cells so it can be burned for energy. Matcha tea can also improve the cells' response to insulin. Matcha lowers blood sugar as effectively as some medications.

 

It can help fight depression

One study among workers in Japan aged 20 to 68 found that compared to individuals who drank less than one cup of green tea a day, those who drank more than four cups of green tea a day were 51% less likely to have symptoms of depression. after researchers accounted for other factors.

An earlier study from Japan found similar results in older adults. Researchers concluded that adults aged 70 or older who drank four or more cups of green tea a day also had a 44% reduction in depression symptoms compared to those who drank one or no cup a day.

 

May help protect brain function

An analysis of studies has found that matcha green tea reduces the risk of cognitive impairment. These brain problems, which are more common after age 65, typically affect learning, memory, movement, language, attention and problem solving. They range from mild cognitive impairment to disorders such as dementia, Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease. Data has shown that the more green tea we consume, the greater the protection against such disorders.

Research conducted on both animals and humans shows that green tea combats stress and its subsequent negative effects on brain function and health. It also helps to counteract brain aging.

May improve male fertility

Research on healthy Chinese men found that those who drank the tea had higher total sperm counts and higher sperm concentrations - indicators of fertility - than those who never drank the tea. The increase in sperm count was seen in men who drank tea at least three days a week.

After reviewing previously published research, the researchers noted that green tea contains high levels of polyphenol antioxidants. These antioxidants counteract compounds that attack healthy cells, including those in testicular tissue. Green tea may also increase sperm movement and its ability to survive.

 

May help lower cholesterol

A research analysis concluded that, in general, green tea drinkers who were at a healthy weight had significantly lower levels of total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol.10 LDL is considered "bad" cholesterol because it leads to cholesterol buildup in the arteries, which increases the risk of heart disease.

 

It can lower blood pressure

Green tea consumption has been shown to significantly lower both systolic (top number) and diastolic (bottom number) blood pressure. The effects were even greater in people with existing high blood pressure or other risk factors for heart disease. The result is partly due to green tea's ability to relax blood vessels, which improves blood flow and reduces inflammation.

 

May protect bone health

Research in postmenopausal women in Korea found that those who consumed no green tea or less than one cup per day in the previous year were more likely to have decreased bone mass in the spine or thigh compared to those who drank green tea three times per day.12

 

 

Other research shows that drinking tea is associated with a reduced risk of osteoporosis. The effect is likely due to the drink's antioxidants, which help prevent bone loss and promote bone formation.

 

How to take?
Stir 1-3 teaspoons into water, stirring thoroughly so there are no lumps. The serving temperature of Matcha should not exceed 70 degrees.

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