Matcha

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Our Natural crash Free Energy & Mood Enhancing Matcha has been a fans favourite ever since its inception many hundred years ago. Matcha is Antioxidant Rich, Metabolism Boosting, provides energy without the Anxiety, Jitters or Crash and due to the special catechin antioxidant called EGC, is great for immunity. 

MAINLY USED FOR : Natural Energy 

AVAILABLE 

🥄 100G (1/2 month supply)  

🥄 200G (1 month supply)

£9.99

Our Natural crash Free Energy & Mood Enhancing Matcha has been a fans favourite ever since its inception many hundred years ago. Matcha is Antioxidant Rich, Metabolism Boosting, provides energy without the Anxiety, Jitters or Crash and due to the special catechin antioxidant called EGC, is great for immunity. 

 

What makes Matcha special is that it contains the nutrients from the entire tea leaf as opposed to tea leaves being boiled in water. The result is a greater amount of caffeine and antioxidants than typically found in green tea. Matcha can also be used daily and enjoys versatility as it can be used in many ways: latte, in your smoothie, mixed into porridge or even incorporated into your baking.

 

Quality Components 

 

-Premium Matcha Powder

-Organic Certified 

-100% Natural

 

Matcha Main Uses

 

1. Energy Boost

2. Detox

3. Metabolism Boost

 

1. No Crash Energy Boost

 

Matcha contains the amino acid L-theanine, which alters the effects of caffeine, promoting alertness and helping avoid the crash in energy levels that can follow caffeine consumption.

 

L-theanine has also been shown to increase alpha wave activity in the brain, which helps induce relaxation and decrease stress levels. 

 

2. Detox

 

Matcha Tea helps you replenish your body with its powerful antioxidants while calming your mind. The antioxidants found in Matcha, help stabilize harmful free radicals, that can damage cells and cause chronic disease.

These antioxidants also help you gently detoxify your body of chemicals and heavy metals. 

 

3. Metabolism Boost

 

Studies have shown that green tea extract helps increase metabolism and fat burning, both of which promote weight loss.

In fact, if you take a look at any weight loss supplement, there’s a good chance you’ll see “green tea extract” listed in the ingredients. 

 

One small study showed that taking green tea extract during moderate exercise increased fat burning by 17%.

 

Another study in 14 people found that taking a supplement containing green tea extract significantly boosted 24-hour energy expenditure, compared to a placebo.

Premium Grade Matcha Powder

Tea: Add 1./2 tsp Matcha for every half to one cup of water

 

Smoothie: Add 1 tsp Matcha Powder to your Smoothie and/or Smoothie Bowl

 

Latte: 1 tsp  Matcha Powder, 1 tsp syrup/honey, 250 ml steam/frothed milk, 3 tbsp Boiling Water

 

Face Mask: Mix 1 tsp Matcha Powder, 2 tsp Water, 1 tsp baking powder [optional 1 tsp honey] and let it sit for 10-15 minutes.

 

For more Recipes, visit our Blog Page.

NUTRITION FACTS

Recommended Serving Size 1 tsp

Amount per 100g                    

kJ(kcal) 2085                         (500)

                                                            % DV*

Total Fat  (g)                              25

          Saturated Fat (g)               17

Total Carbohydrates (g)           67

          Total Sugars (g)              33

          Added Sugar (g)                 0

Dietary Fibre (g)                            8

Protein (g)                                   8

Salt (g)                                       0.2             

THE % DAILY VALUE TELLS YOU HOW MUCH A  NUTRIENT IN  A  

SERVING OF FOOD CONTRIBUTES TO A DAILY DIET. 2000  

CALORIES A DAY IS USED FOR GENERAL NUTRIENT ADVICE.

INGREDIENTS: 100% Matcha     |     Store in a cool, dry place. 

What is Matcha?

 

Matcha tea is powdered green tea that is uniquely grown, harvested and processed. Just one cup of Matcha contains the nutrient value of 10 cups of regular green tea.

 

Does Matcha assist with weight loss?

 

Studies have shown that green tea extract helps increase metabolism and fat burning, both of which are constituents in aiding in weight loss.

Take a look at any weight loss supplement and there’s a good chance you’ll see “green tea extract” listed in the ingredients. 

 

Studies have shown that Matcha can help speed up metabolism to increase energy expenditure and boost fat burning.

 

What is the difference in Ceremonial Matcha and Culinary Matcha?

 

There are currently two different grades of Matcha Tea:

-Ceremonial

-Culinary

 

Ceremonial Matcha, as the name suggests, is mostly used for traditional ceremonies. It has been grown in such a way that the pure, earthy flavour for which Matcha tea is known comes through with every sip, and hence any additives such as milk, sugar, or sweeteners are not needed. 

Because of this however, Ceremonial Matcha is not ideal for baking or cooking, as the intense flavour will overpower all other ingredients. 

There is also a significant price difference between the two, with ceremonial Matcha being almost 5x more expensive than culinary Matcha. 

 

Culinary Matcha is grown to be mixed with other ingredients. Culinary Matcha is what you know Matcha to be, it is what you find at your local barista and in stores. It is best used in lattes, baked goods such as pancakes, cakes and more - this type of matcha can be incorporated into basically all dishes.

 

Is there a difference between the caffeine in Matcha and coffee?

 

Matcha is known for its calming crash free energy boost. It’s full of antioxidants and L-Theanine, which is a really important amino acid that helps you focus, without the jitters. 

 

What’s the difference between Green tea and Matcha?

 

Both Matcha and green tea are derived from the same plant called Camellia Sinensis. While green tea leaves usually come in the form of a tea bag, Matcha is in powder form. 

 

Matcha is 100% green tea leaves that have been ground into a fine powder. It is much more concentrated than regular green tea, so you only need ½ to 1 teaspoon per cup. In comparison to regular green tea, when drinking matcha, you consume the whole tea leaf!

 

Why does my at-home matcha taste different than what I get one at a coffee shop?

 

Many of the Matcha powders that you buy when you’re out and about utilize sweetener. They also have equipment to foam milk and add that extra bit of creaminess. By using the chasen whisk and chawan bowl (two traditional Japanese matcha-making tools) or a standard blender like a Vitamix, you can also get the Matcha to oxidize and froth.

 

Is it safe to consume during pregnancy?

 

Generally speaking if you are pregnant or trying to conceive, we recommend seeking medical advice before using Matcha or any of our other products.

 

That being said, there is no official advice that says you should stop drinking green tea during pregnancy. However, it has been found that drinking a large amount of green tea may prevent you from absorbing folic acid properly. Folic acid is an important nutrient, particularly during the first 12 weeks of your pregnancy. 

100% Natural Ingredients
Vegan Friendly
Naturally Gluten Free
Non GMO Ingredients
Naturally Soya Free

Your Matcha Benefits

Our Natural crash Free Energy & Mood Enhancing Matcha has been a fans favourite ever since its inception many hundred years ago. Matcha is Antioxidant Rich, Metabolism Boosting, provides energy without the Anxiety, Jitters or Crash and due to the special catechin antioxidant called EGC, is great for immunity. 

Matcha Tea helps you replenish your body with its powerful antioxidants while calming your mind. The antioxidants found in Matcha, help stabilize harmful free radicals, that can damage cells and cause chronic disease.

 

These antioxidants also help you gently detoxify your body of chemicals and heavy metals. 

Studies have shown that green tea extract helps increase metabolism and fat burning, both of which promote weight loss. 

In fact, if you take a look at any weight loss supplement, there’s a good chance you’ll see “green tea extract” listed in the ingredients.

Research shows that several of the components in Matcha can help enhance brain function. 

 

A study performed with 23 people looked at how people performed on a series of tasks designed to measure brain performance. Some participants consumed either Matcha tea or a bar containing 4 grams of Matcha, while the other control group consumed a placebo tea or bar. The researchers found that Matcha led to improvements in attention, reaction time, and memory, compared to the placebo.

Matcha contains a compound called L-theanine, which alters the effects of caffeine, promoting alertness and helping avoid the crash in energy levels that can follow caffeine consumption. 

 

L-theanine has also been shown to increase alpha wave activity in the brain, which helps induce relaxation and decrease stress levels.

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