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Packed with antioxidants and polyphenolic compounds, Matcha has strong anti-inflammatory effects. The anti-inflammatory compounds in matcha are called catechins and are specific to antioxidants found in teas and matcha can have up to 137 times more catechins compared to normal tea leaves. A 2016 study showed that participants with non-alcoholic liver disease who, were give 500mg of the tea extract found in matcha for 90 days, had a significant reduction in liver enzyme. Elevated levels of liver enzymes are not a good sign as they signify liver damage. Matcha could also help with boosting brain function and energy levels as it contains a compound called L-theanine. This specific compound can promote alertness and increase alpha wave activity in the brain which may help decrease stress levels. Because matcha is so nutrient dense and packs a powerful flavour punch a little goes a long way! Why not try out this matcha drink to experience some of the benefits of matcha.
For an extra vitamin boost simply add a sachet of High Dose Tonic to this recipe. Each sachet of Tonic has 1500mg of Vitamin C (that's 33 lemons), 1200IU Vitamin D (that's 14 eggs), 25mg Zinc (that's half a kilo of sunflower seeds) and over 1000mg of plant micronutrients (that's a LOT of botanicals).
Ever taken the time to check out chemicals hiding under your sink, NOPE, we don’t blame you either. Out of site out of mind, right? Household favourite Fairy Liquid, been around since the 1950's carries a hazard warning sign stating "harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects," this is the stuff we wash our dishes with EVERY DAY!
We all know that brushing our teeth is important for good oral hygiene, but our mouths are so much more than our shiny smile. The gums and your whole oral eco system are linked to the rest of your body, from cardiovascular to brain health.
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