A superfood is food that’s packed with a concentrated content of a variety of nutrients. We’re talking vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, amino acids, and polyphenols. These foods are filled to the brim with nutrients.
Matcha has been making headlines all over the world for its extraordinary health benefits. People who consume Matcha on a regular basis have reported stronger immunity, less anxiety and consistently positive mood.
Matcha green tea comes with polyphenols which are highly effective antioxidants that help keep free radicals at bay. If not inhibited, free radicals can cause a number of diseases and weaken your immune system.
Apart from preventing free radical damage, Matcha tea also prevents bacteria from growing inside your mouth, preserving your oral health. The catechins in it are responsible for protecting your gums and teeth.
This superfood also supports your brain, helping you stay focused and alert for hours. Its healthful properties also reduce the risks of dementia and Alzheimer’s.
Matcha has been shown to help reduce LDL (bad) cholesterol and improve your cardiovascular health. It is also high in fibre.
Since Matcha is powdered, it’s highly flexible. It mixes wonderfully with other foods and drinks. You can add Matcha to practically anything you eat, from breakfast bowls to desserts. Sprinkle some on your cereal, you are good to go. Replace your morning coffee with a Matcha latte, you are set to have a more productive day than you might have thought. Need ideas? Here’s a blog of ours dedicated to Matcha tea recipes. You’ll find a wide variety of Matcha green tea recipes on it.
We’ve pondered over this before, and have come up with this post: When Is the Best Time to Drink Matcha Green Tea? It sums up all that you need to know about how much Matcha you should drink in a day.
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