Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Matcha Source Tea - Review

We all lead busy lives so eating (and drinking) healthy is a must to keep us up to par.
I know, you’re probably thinking - But I don’t have time to eat healthy or it’s just easier to grab something from my local fast-food restaurant…they have salad.

The occasional “McMeal” certainly won’t harm us it's what we do on a daily basis that counts.

I’ve always been a huge advocate of green tea. The benefits of this warm, mellow beverage far out number that of black teas or even fruit juices. Green tea contains, EGCG – (epigallocatechin gallate) in the Polyphenol family which has twice the antioxidants as red wine.

Recently, I was introduced to Matcha Source. This company has a careful and proven process in the way they cultivate the green tea...

...“The tea plants are covered with bamboo screens several weeks prior to harvest. Under the screens, plants must work harder to grow and they increase their levels of chlorophyll and amino acids. Harvested tea leaves are then steamed, air-dried, de-veined and stone-ground into powder.”

The end result means you’re getting the benefits of the whole tea leaf, not just steeped water as with traditional bagged tea.

Here’s what Matcha Source Can Do For You;

• Antioxidant Protection
Exponentially Higher in Antioxidants than Blueberries and Spinach

• Renown Cancer Fighting Catechin EGCg
Renown Cancer Fighting Catechins are Only Found In Green Tea

Cleansing the Body of Toxins
Rich in Chlorophyll, A Renowned Detoxifying Agent

• Naturally Mood Enhancing Amino Acids
Theanine Improves Mood and Concentration

• Suited for Meditative Practice
Create Your Own Ceremony and Relieve Stress

In addition, just one cup of Matcha Source tea is like drinking 10 cups of normal green tea. Plus, Matcha Source can be mixed into a smoothie so you can still get the full benefits while enjoying your morning fruit-fix.

For more information on Matcha Source Teas, recipe ideas or to place an order, check out their web site at


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