The 10 Benefits of Matcha
1. Clear & Healthy Skin
With high contents of antioxidants, Matcha helps with the care of your skin. Protecting against skin
blemishes such as scarring, acne and redness. Also helps to prevent UV sun damage.
2. Improves relaxation
The energy boost experienced after consuming match tea is due to its caffeine content
combined with L-Theanine, a naturally stress-relieving amino acid that promotes calmness
3. Enhances memory and Concentration
L-Theanine also enhances the production of dopamine and serotonin, which helps improve
our mood, enhance memory and increase our ability to concentrate.
4. Weight management
Although matcha isn’t a diet itself, drinking Matcha tea can boost thermogenesis, enhance
metabolism and increase fat loss. Add it to your daily routine 🙂
5. Boosts energy and endurance
The energy boost from Matcha is largely due to its unique combination of L-theanine and
caffeine. The increased endurance from Matcha tea can last up to 6 hours without
experiencing nervousness and hypertension.
6. Fight Cancer
The Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) in Matcha, which makes up %60 of all catechins in
matcha tea, it is studied for its potential effect of reducing risks of cancer.
7. Reduces Cholesterol
Catechins in matcha can help reduce fatty acids and cholesterol in blood lipid level. It also
slows down the oxidation of LDL or bad cholesterol.
Matcha tea leaves have a high content of chlorophyll, a natural detoxifier that helps flush
heavy metals and the toxins from the body.
9. Builds Immunity
Matcha tea contains antibiotic properties that boost the immune system. In addition,
matcha also contains a number of essential vitamins including calcium, iron, potassium,
protein and vitamins A and C.
10. Combats Aging
The antioxidants, catchines and vitamins A, C, B-Complex and K in Matcha can help slow
down the aging process by combatting oxidation and inflammation.
Try it out! You can pretty much do anything with Matcha.
Tip! Pinterest is a really good source for Matcha recipes including: teas, lattes, iced teas, smoothies, desserts and how to make Matcha the traditional way.
Posy by: Tasha Alexander