Matcha, the green powder that is praised for its virtues, is actually powdered green tea leaves. Use in this form, it takes only a quarter of a teaspoon of matcha to make the equivalent of 10 cups of green tea in terms of antioxidant.
So, like green tea, matcha has several beneficial effects on health, but in much more concentrated. green tea increases the level of energy throughout the day, it affects our mood, relieves headaches, relieves the nervous system and also strengthens the immune system by its antioxidants.
Matcha is therefore beneficial for everyone, to ensure optimal health. It is also known for its effect on the thyroid gland and hormonal balancing. Some herbs also help lower the levels of cortisol (stress hormones).
Here are some symptoms that should prompt you to investigate:
– Hair loss
– Thinning of the hair and eyebrows
– Dry skin
– Hands and cold feet
– Unexplained weight gain or loss.
How is the green tea consumed?
It is best known as latte, but it can be used as a superfood in smoothie, salad dressing, yogurt, and more and more in the kitchen.
Ball of energy lime and coconut
¾ cup of almonds
¼ cup of mahogany
1 ½ cup of dates
Zest of 3 limes
Juice of 3 limes
Pinch of salt
Matcha powder in a small bowl
1. Grind almonds and mahogany nuts using a food processor. Add the salt, zest and juice of the limes. Mix until the mixture forms a ball.
2. Shape balls with your hands. Roll the balls in the green tea powder.
3. Makes about 12 one-inch balls. Store in an airtight bowl in the refrigerator for about 1 week.