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Matcha – The Heavyweight of Superfoods

Matcha – The Heavyweight of Superfoods

When it comes to superfoods, matcha isn't just a contender, it holds the heavyweight title!  Delicious, vibrant, plant-based, and packed with vital nutrients, matcha does it all!  Keep reading to find out why matcha is considered by many to be the GOAT.


Matcha has the most antioxidants of any superfood.

Here's a quick comparison from just one teaspoon of matcha.

• Six times the antioxidants in goji berries

• Seven times the antioxidants in dark chocolate

• 16 times more antioxidants than blueberries

• 60 times the antioxidants found in spinach


EGCG is short for Epigallocatechin Gallate, a unique plant compound that is part of the antioxidant family known as catechins.  Research on catechins shows a link between EGCGs, heart health, a healthy metabolism, and improved aging.

• Matcha contains 137 times more EGCGs than found in regular green tea.


Matcha is rich in L-Theanine, an amino acid known as the adaptogen of neurotransmitters.  Though matcha contains roughly 70 mg of caffeine per teaspoon, the L-Theanine makes this buzz feel a lot smoother than with coffee.

• L-Theanine helps with memory, learning, and ability

• L-Theanine lowers anxiety

• L-Theanine promotes the release of seratonin and dopamine

• L-Theanine controls the absorption of caffeine for stable, clean, and extended energy without the jitters or crashing

Natural Skincare

Matcha helps fight redness and inflammation, oily skin, and aging.  The EGCgs and tannins in matcha protect you from UV rays while shrinking pores and helping with skin elasticity.  Antioxidants fight free radicals and keep you looking younger.

• No harmful chemicals or additives

• Mix with honey for an easy DIY Matcha Mask

Metabolism Booster

EGCg and caffeine work together to burn calories.  Drinking matcha before your day of activities or workouts can increase the results from your efforts, leading to big rewards with sustained use.

• Matcha uses fat as an energy source

• Green tea catechins ignite your body's thermogenic fat burning mechanism.  

Chlorophyll and Polyphenols


Shade-growing matcha causes excess chlorophyll production.  The antioxidants in Matcha are 60% polyphenol catechins.

• Chlorophyll helps detoxify your body

• Polyphenols help with arthritis and slow the destruction of cartilage


Matcha is a true superfood with benefits that seem too good to be true without having experienced them first-hand.  We've found that adding matcha into our daily routines has resulted in a snowball effect, where we feel better and better every day with prolonged use.  Let us know your experience in the comments section below!


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