All You Need to Know About Matcha Tea Powder

Over the last year matcha powder has rapidly become popular among many doctors and anti-aging experts. And certainly not without merit. There are numerous matcha tea powder benefits such as a large amount of polyphenols (a special kind of anti-oxidant but more on that later…), it’s high in fiber, a natural source of protein and overall a powerhouse of stuff that is good for you.

However, unfortunately it is not always easy to find online stores where to buy matcha tea powder.

Before you buy matcha tea powder make sure that it is the highest quality powder available. In most stores the matcha powder you can find is green matcha. Which is perfectly fine.

But the level above that is the white matcha powder. And if you are reading this article you are probably someone who is only looking for the best of the best.

Specifically, the pure white tea matcha powder from Kenya – also known as the Miracle Matcha from Kenya. This particular matcha is very difficult to cultivate since it is harvested deep in the mountains, which are difficult to access. Only small batches of the white matcha tea powder can be brought to the West at a time.

Now back to the polyphenols mentioned earlier. Take a quick look at the chart below. This powder has the highest polyphenol content of any tea on the planet. There is a startling difference between the polyphenol levels of regular green matcha and white matcha powder from Kenya. Polyphenols are a special kind of anti-oxidant. Polyphenols and anti-oxidants are compounds that have been clinically proven to help fight free radical damage in the aging body. Which is a very important thing. Damage caused by free radicals in the body can lead to chronic disease and early death. And considering the lack of fruits and vegetables in today’s diet we all have to make sure that we’re getting enough anti-oxidants.

And the Miracle Matcha white tea powder is your chance to get your daily dose of anti-oxidants the super easy way. It makes it easy to eat healthy even when on the go. You can drink it as a tea or sprinkle it on your smoothie for an extra polyphenol boost.

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