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Beating cancer with green tea. Use the highest quality Amanprana Kotobuki Matcha.

Matcha is packed with polyphenols, which are very good for you. It also contains natural caffeine and many EGCG molecules, which stop cancer.

When you drink matcha you drink the whole tea leaf, which means you absorb all the goodness.

I drink it before exercising, after exercising, I'm a real green tea junkie.

Attila Hildmann, vegan celebrity chef and bestselling author, Germany

Matcha reduces the chances of cancer. The catechins in green tea are able to break the molecular link between infection and cancer. The EGCGs are also active in breast cancer and prostate cancer, skin and lung cancer and cancer of the oral cavity and oesophagus, tumours in the liver, pancreas, intestines, stomach, bladder and brains. The growth of tumours is slowed down. The ECGCs do not have an apoptotic effect on healthy cells. Matcha also affects the medication.

Matcha and science: Cancer

Matcha has therapeutic properties; it has an anti-bacterial, antioxidant and anti-tumour-effect, is anti-inflammatory and slows down the ageing process.  7
The antioxidant effect of Matcha may result in a reduction of free radicals in cancer patients. 20
The EGCG catechins in Matcha are responsible for the anti-cancer, anti-obesity, anti-atherosclerosis, anti-diabetes, anti-bacterial and anti-viral effect.  27
The carbohydrates in tea show a strong anti-tumour effect in test animals with cancer of the liver. 31
Matcha protects against cardiovascular risks, cancer and neurodegenerative illnesses and helps you to lose weight. 40
Matcha also appears effective in case of pancreatic cancer. 56
The ECGC's in Matcha stimulate healthy cells; they have a positive effect on the chances of survival, increase, viability and division of healthy cells in case of lymph node cancer. 57
The polysaccharides in tea flowers appear to be  natural polymers with anti-oxidant, liver protecting and anti-cancer characteristics. 61
The EGCGs in Matcha slow the growth of melanomas. 63
The EGCGs in Matcha can be an excellent food supplement in the prevention of intestinal cancer. 71
The EGCGs in Matcha offer possibilities in cancer prevention. 72
The anti-cancer effect of curcumin in turmeric and catechins in Matcha strengthen each other. 77
The amino acid L-theanine is thought to be responsible for the taste of the Matcha.  It also increases your concentration and relaxes you, in addition to the well-known cancer preventative, immune system supporting and cardiovascular properties. 80
A mix of lysine, proline, ascorbic acid, Matcha extracts and other ingredients is considered an important tool in the future treatment of leukaemia. 84
The flavonoids in Matcha clean up free radicals and also cause pro-oxidative reactions in tumour cells. 85
Matcha reduces the chances of ovarian cancer  and endometrial cancer. 95
Unfermented Matcha and Rooibos reduce the size of tumours of the oesophagus and inhibit cell division. 98
Matcha's cancer preventative properties are tried and tested in animal tests and have been studied in epidemiological studies. 99
The polyphenols in Matcha have both an anti-oxidant and pro-oxidant role on cancer prevention: both free radicals and tumour cells are 'eaten' by the polyphenols. 100
Polymeric nanoparticles of EGCGs in Matcha have proven their anti-cancer effect and strengthen the effect of Cisplatin, which is used worldwide. 104
Because of the effect of Matcha and medication, cancer patients who drink Matcha need extra examinations. 109
The EGCGs in Matcha protect against breast and prostate cancer, skin and lung cancer and cancer of the oral cavity, oesophagus, stomach, small and large intestines, bladder, liver and pancreas. The molecules, responsible for a change in cell structure require further examination. 112
The EGCGs in Matcha suppress angiogenesis (growth of new capillary blood vessels) and thus inhibit the growth of tumours. EGCGs are evident in mitochondria and cytoplasm. 114
The EGCGs in Matcha stimulate the self-destructive capacities of the cytoplasm, inhibiting cancer cells in their growth. 115
The EGCGs in Matcha strengthen the therapeutic effect of Temozolomide, medication for brain tumours. 121
The gallocatechins in Matcha and the curcuminoids in ginger seem very suitable to be combined separately and together with antibiotics and cancer medication.  138
Changed manifestation of breast cancer can be due to the effectiveness of a treatment with Matcha. 144
A food supplement with lysine, proline, ascorbic acid and green tea affects enzymes responsible for the invasion and metastasis of malignant tumours. 161
The anti-oxidants and pro-oxidants in Matcha may have an effect in cancer prevention: a study into the mechanisms. 170
The catechins in green and black tea are able to break the molecular link between infection and cancer. They inhibit the cancer cells of the stomach. 173
Just like in green tea, the polyphenols in black tea have an anti-cancer effect. 180
Green tea polyphenols suppress tumour activity and angiogenesis in bladder cancer.  181
The EGCGs in Matcha regulate the effect of two molecules with a key role in the conversion of medication in the body. In addition to the anti-cancer-effect, Matcha shows good results in the treatment of breast cancer of patients who are Tamoxifen resistant.  188
The catechins in Matcha suppress the formation of tumour metastases.  197
Matcha, in a combination with lysine, proline and ascorbic acid inhibits the growth of tumours by 50%.  201
EGCGs in Matcha kill cancer cells of different types, including prostate cancer cells. The ECGCs do not have an apoptotic effect on healthy cells. 203
The polyphenols in green and black tea have an inhibiting effect on breast cancer. 205
Certain food supplements, which also include Matcha appear to have an inhibiting effect on the development of lung tumours.  212
Tea catechins inhibit intestinal cancer cells by slowing down the production of proteins which are responsible for metastases.  213
The EGCGs in Matcha reduce cell division and stimulate cell destruction in leiomyoma cancer (tumours of the soft muscles (heart and uterus)). 219
A supplement mix with ascorbic acid, lysine, proline and Matcha inhibits the growth of tumours and offers therapeutic possibilities in the treatment of cancer around the head and neck. 230
The EGCGs in Matcha suppress the biosynthesis of prostaglandins, which affect the formation of cancer.  233
The catechins in Matcha have anti-cancer properties and seem particularly effective for prostate cancer. Good results were also achieved in lung, bladder and pancreatic cancer. However, different studies show different results; further study is therefore recommended. 239
The polyphenols in black and green tea can be used preventatively in skin cancer. 242
The polyphenols in green and black tea have an anti-cancer effect in lung cancer.  245
In countries where a lot of green tea is drunk prostate cancer is less frequent. 247
Matcha may reduce high blood pressure and the risk of cerebral infarction. Regular consumption of Matcha also offers a certain level of protection against prostate and breast cancer. Matcha also reduces the risk of atherosclerosis, thus reducing the cardiovascular risk and the chances of cerebral infarction. 248
The anti-oxidant effect and immunity protecting and anti-cancer properties make Matcha effective against intestinal, skin, lung, prostate and breast cancer.  255
Even a low concentration of Matcha appears to stop  tumours in the intestines.  258
The polyphenols in green and black tea inhibit the growth of cancer cells and get the cancer cells to self-destruct (in cervical cancer).  266
The EGCGs in Matcha stimulate cancer cells to self-destruct. This means Matcha supports the chemotherapeutic effect (in cancer of the bile duct).  270
Matcha reduces the risk of lung cancer, black tea does not. 277
Matcha obstructs the binding of pathogenic cells, but not the binding of healthy cells. 278
The polyphenols in green and black tea inhibit the formation of (benign and malicious) tumours in the liver. 284
Green and black tea reduce the number of cancer cells in the liver. The share of polyphenols and a non-fermentation reinforce the anti-cancer effect.  288
The anti-cancer strength of the different catechins in Matcha differs depending on the type of cancer.  293
The findings of 48 studies suggest that Matcha has a positive effect on stomach and intestinal cancers. More study, also into other cancers, is recommended because the findings of the studies are not consistent. 294


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