Lose Weight and stay Young with the Energetic Matcha Powder
Matcha Powder - Camellia sinensis
Used part: Leaf Powder
Matcha tea is made from the younger leaves of green tea and therefore has more concentrated properties, being rich in antioxidants and having a strong thermogenic effect, favoring the burning of calories and helping in weight loss. In addition, this tea is also excellent for improving mental concentration ability.
Besides tea, matcha can also be consumed as an ingredient in recipes for cakes, breads and juices, and is easy to use in daily food. Recommended daily intake is 2 to 3 teaspoons of matcha powder per day, which equals 2 or 3 cups of tea ready.
In addition to providing weight loss by being natural thermogenic - because it is rich in flavonoids and caffeine - matchá is rich in antioxidant properties, thus retarding the aging of cells. It acts as a natural energetic, being very indicated also for those who are practicing physical activities. With great concentration of amino acids, it helps in the maintenance of the muscles of the body, thus helping in recovery after muscular fatigue.
The same highlight goes to your power in weight loss, but in spite of being excellent, it is necessary to remember that, like other teas, matchá does not do miracles. It is necessary that its consumption is associated to the practice of physical exercises and healthy diet. In this way, consumption can increase the calorie burn by 25% during physical exercise, being an excellent aid for this purpose.
Good Herbal Remedy:
- Energizer that lasts around 6 to 8 hours per day
- It develops the metabolism
- Improve concentration and reduce stress
- Combats aging
- High blood cholesterol
- Reduction of risks of breast cancer and premenstrual discomfort
- Helps reduce cellulite
- Weight loss
- Put 150 ml of water to boil
- Turn off when it reaches boil
- Add a teaspoon of matcha powder, stir well until it dissolves the powder
- Add sweetener if desire and is ready to drink
How to Drink:
Drink twice a day
Matcha powder can also be used in homemade recipes such as ice cream, cakes, biscuits and yogurts.
Matcha is contraindicated for people with anxiety, cardiac arrhythmia, hypertension and difficulty sleeping because it is rich in caffeine. It is important that pregnant women and infants only use after obtaining medical advice and release.