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Kotobuki Matcha, superfood and also to be used as green tea, is full of antioxidants, strengthens the immune system

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

The effect of the antioxidants in superfood Matcha (ground green tea) seems to be much stronger than those in other teas. Matcha tea flowers have an anti-inflammatory effect on the immune system. Matcha therefore improves a person's general health. Matcha can be used as a superfood by mixing in food, sauces and drinks. Matcha can simply be drunk too like tea, the highest quality imperial green tea. Thanks to the antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effect, Matcha has a positive effect on heart and blood vessels, liver, lungs, muscles and skin. Superfood Matcha can also be successfully used for cancer, diabetes, osteoporosis, obesity, Alzheimer's and other age-related diseases.

Matcha and science: anti-ageing body

Matcha is rich in phenolic acids (anti-oxidants). The effect of the anti-oxidants in Matcha seems to be much stronger than those in Yerba maté tea (Ilex paraguariensis).  5
Matcha tea flowers have an anti-inflammatory effect on the immune system.  6
Drinking Matcha, rich in anti-oxidants, improves your general health.  9
The antioxidant effect of Matcha may result in a reduction of free radicals in cancer patients. 20
The anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant and anti-androgen effect of Matcha offers possibilities for the development of anti-acne products.  22
The catechins in green and white tea have a positive effect on Alzheimer's and other age-related diseases, as well as cardiovascular risk and cancer.  29
The non-polymeric phenols in Matcha appear to contain most anti-oxidant and anti-bacterial properties. 44
The oil of green tea seeds also contains a lot of anti-oxidants. 48
Phenols and flavonoids from different medicinal plants, including Matcha, result in more anti-oxidants than the same or a higher dose of the plants separately. 49
The anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-connective tissue forming properties of Matcha prevent ethanol poisoning of the liver.  54
Green tea supplements protect against oxidative stress (formation of free radicals) caused by sport in healthy people. 55
The EGCG catechins in Matcha help to prevent infections (by suppressing the macrophage migration in the keratinocytes). 60
The polysaccharides in tea flowers appear to be  natural polymers with anti-oxidant, liver protecting and anti-cancer characteristics. 61
The anti-oxidant properties of Matcha protect defatted cheese against oxidation. 81
The polyphenols in Matcha, combined with caffeine inhibit the formation of free radicals in the connective tissue cells of human skin. 82
Matcha, EGCG, quercetine or caffeine increase the anti-oxidant effect of serum and liver and strengthen the membrane density. The caffeine in Matcha appears to have the biggest effect on foreign metabolic enzymes. 88
Packaging materials containing Matcha can be used for all kinds of food products, in part thanks to their anti-oxidant properties. 90
The catechins in Matcha reduce loss of strength, loss of anti-oxidants, muscular atrophy and the shrinking of skeleton muscles. 91
Derivatives of EGCG in Matcha appear to be good 'fat loving' anti-oxidants, both in food, cosmetics and medical use. 101
A production process under ultra-high pressure results in a higher bio-activity and greater anti-oxidant value of the tea than other extraction methods. 118
The polyphenols in Matcha protect against bone loss because they change proteins and have anti-oxidant properties.  155
Green tea extracts in skin creams, combined with other herbs with anti-oxidant polyphenols, protect the skin against sunburn and aging.  156
The polyphenols in Matcha (50% EGCG) have a high anti-oxidant value and protect against radiation.  157
The auto-oxidant molecules in tea catechins are easily absorbed by the epithelial cells of the intestines.  168
The anti-oxidants and pro-oxidants in Matcha may have an effect in cancer prevention: a study into the mechanisms. 170
The main tea polyphenols, EGCG, cause an iron breakdown process in de neurons and thus protect the nervous system against free radicals. 183
Matcha inhibits or slows down the deposit of hepatitic iron. This stops the formation of free radicals, minimising the chances of liver damage and liver fibrosis.  184
The anti-oxidants in Matcha-catechins improve the liver function in case of liver damage.  193
Long-term consumption of Matcha as a rich source of anti-oxidant polyphenols protects proteins and fats against oxidation and reduces fat deposits in the hippocampus. This reduces the age-related deterioration of the memory. 196
The catechins in Matcha reduce oxidative stress in patients with lung tuberculosis.  207
Supplements rich in polyphenols and anti-oxidants, with Matcha, pomegranate and ascorbic acid reduce oxidative stress and increase fat burning in patients with diabetes type II. This means polyphenols also decrease cardiovascular side-effects.  216
Matcha stimulates the anti-oxidant effect of red blood cells, in part by counteracting fat oxidising processes. 221
The amino acid L-Theanine in Matcha reduces the neuro-toxicity and oxidative damage in the brains and has positive effects on the memory. This means Matcha can be used in the treatment of Alzheimer's. 222
Matcha has an anti-oxidant and rejuvenating effect and can thus help to improve the (age-related diminished) oxygen supply to the heart. 254
The anti-oxidant effect and immunity protecting and anti-cancer properties make Matcha effective against intestinal, skin, lung, prostate and breast cancer.  255
Extracts of quince leaves have comparable possibilities to clear up free radicals, but Matcha has a higher antioxidant value. 265
High doses of Matcha may be useful in the treatment of diabetes. Changes in the intestines, kidneys and blood serum were detected and an increase of the anti-oxidant power by the use of Matcha. 281


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