Have you ever heard of a natural, calorie-free, health friendly, and weight loss product with no side effects? Matcha green tea is what you must have for your weight loss goals.
Fat Burning and Metabolism
Matcha green tea is a calorie free product, making it an essential and effective component of your weight loss program. It nurtures exponential weight loss naturally and effectively. It not only helps in fat burning but also boosting metabolism. Therefore, it tackles the problem of weight loss from both sides. Matcha may accelerate the burning of calories by four times, found a recent study. Unlike other quick fixes, Matcha tea doesn’t stress out the body. Neither blood pressure nor heart rate is increased with the use of Match tea. Above everything, it doesn’t have any side effects that makes it far better than other pharmaceuticals.
Thermogenesis and Calorie Burning
Matcha green tea induces thermo genesis, which helps in weight loss. Thermogenesis is a process in which your body produces heat by burning calories. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition published a study, which stated that the normal rate of thermogenesis (8 to 10% of daily energy expenditure) can be increased to 35% to 43% of daily energy expenditure by consumption of Matcha tea. Due to increased levels of heat production and calorie burning process, the body loses weight quickly and easily.
The amazing thing about Matcha tea is its nutritional value, which is ten times that of brewed green tea.Unlike tea leaves, Matcha tea is in powdered form. That is why it is completely consumed as compared to tea leaves, which are steeped in the water, sieved, and discarded.Matcha tea provides 100% of nutrients coming from leaves of Camellia sinensis plant (the source of all green teas). On the other hand, a percentage of nutrients is separated from the water in green tea while steeping and sieving. It may also be possible that some insoluble nutrients may never reach your body because of steeping and boiling tea leaves.The final drink contains only a proportion of nutrients from the leaf.Matcha tea also helps to control your appetite by controlling your body’s glucose and insulin levels. If you feel hunger pangs, drink a cup of Matcha tea and you will be successful in managing your hunger and satiety.
Match tea has greater concentration of an antioxidant, known as EGCG, than regular green teas. EGCG is found to be beneficial to tackle obesity because it accelerates fat burning process. In September 2013 issue, Journal of Chromatography reported that Matcha tea has three times greater concentration of EGCG than that in green tea. The best product available for reaping all the benefits of Matcha is ‘Matcha Tea’ by Lauren Naturals. By using it, you will feel healthier and smarter within days.
Frequently Asked Questions about Matcha Powder Tea
Matcha tastes fresh and green – similar to green tea, but more brothy and robust. The flavor strikes an appealing balance between mildly sweet and mildly bitter. The highest-quality matcha leans more towards the sweet side, while cut-rate matcha will taste more bitter. Like coffee and other teas, many people choose to add sweetener or some type of milk to their matcha. In fact, if you sweeten it up, it even tastes similar to iced black tea.
Yes, all our Matcha products are 100% USDA Certified Organic.
Purists insist that the only way to mix matcha is with a traditional bamboo whisk. If you don’t have one of these on hand, feel free to use a spoon. To break up lumps, try using a small fork or metal whisk to stir your matcha. In a pinch, a shaker bottle will work as well.
Of course not! While the traditional Japanese tea ceremony uses hot water and a bamboo whisk, you can drink Matcha however you would like. Blend matcha with milk for a morning latte, toss a scoop into your pre-workout smoothie, or mix it with cold water for a refreshing afternoon treat.
You can use either cold or hot water, whichever you prefer. To enjoy a basic matcha tea, mix 1 teaspoon of Matcha Green Tea Powder (culinary or ceremonial) with 6-8 ounces (3/4 cup to 1 cup) of cold or hot water. If you choose hot water, just ensure that the hot water is below boiling, so you don’t lose any of the benefits of drinking matcha (between 160°F – 180° F).
Because of its high content of EGCGs, matcha boosts fat metabolism and can burn up to 25% more calories. It can improve your energy and stamina, and many people enjoy matcha as a pre-workout drink.
Many people find that matcha increases their level of sustained energy for four to six hours. Matcha provides a calm, steady energy that comes from its unique combination of caffeine and L-theanine.
Caffeine affects different people in different ways. The general consensus in the medical community is that a small amount of caffeine (up to 200 milligrams per day) is fine for pregnant women. As with any product that contains caffeine, you should consult your doctor before consuming matcha during your pregnancy.
No. Unlike strong espresso drinks and other energy boosters, matcha has no side effects (just positive ones). Matcha enhances your energy naturally at a sustainable level, without jitters or any kind of “crash.” However, we don’t recommend drinking matcha on an empty stomach. Like other products with caffeine, this could cause your stomach to feel a bit unsettled.
Matcha green tea powder should be stored in an airtight container in a cool, dry, dark place.