Light up the fire of the body and mind with Matcha

This article summarizes some scientifically proven information how matcha may support your body and mind.


Matcha tea has gained worldwide popularity already. It originates from Japan and in essence is a green tea but differs from the other green teas because its whole tea leaf is used for the production. Matcha is very rich in antioxidants even more than some other foods like acai berries, dark chocolate, wild berries, and goji berries.

"If you are a sports player you should know that matcha may boost endurance and energy levels."

Studies tell us that some other substances of matcha - catechins (and specifically epigallocatechin) may help you lose body fat because it boosts the metabolism.


Matcha for your body and mind


Studies tell us that some other substances of matcha - catechins (and specifically epigallocatechin) may help you lose body fat because it boosts the metabolism.


L-theanine is one of the important ingredients of matcha and studies suggest that it improves the mood, helps people to sleep better and increase attention span. One research explores that epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), and caffeine in matcha may improve slightly the function of the brain and more precisely the episodic secondary memory.

"Matcha contains chlorophyll which may improve the function of the liver."

Matcha also may protect the cardiovascular system. When including it in your diet you may control your blood sugar levels. Studies have proven that it may decrease them between 15 and 20%.

Another useful function of matcha is that it protects the body against inflammation and arthritis. It may support the health of the bones in elderly women.