Chlorophyll in Matcha is an excellent oxygen carrier
Chlorophyll and science:
German chemist Richard Willstätter (1872-1942) discovered that chlorophyll, the green nutrient in Matcha, consists of 2 components: type A blue-green chlorophyll and type B yellow-green chlorophyll. Matcha contains both types of chlorophyll. For his research, Willstätter received the Nobel Prize in chemistry.
Hans Fischer (doctor and organic chemist, 1930 Nobel Prize winner) was particularly interested in pigments in the blood and chlorophyll in leaves. He discovered that the chemical composition of chlorophyll is 98% identical to hemin, the red pigment in our blood. The only difference is that chlorophyll is bound to magnesium and the hemin molecule to iron.
Chlorophyll is stored solar energy. Chlorophyll is the green nutrient in Matcha. Chlorophyll is the green blood of plants, grasses and trees. German nutrition pioneer Halima Neumann claims that chlorophyll is the only nutrient that can transfer stored solar energy from plants to the cells of the human body. Solar energy becomes life energy, Chi, life-force.
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- Packed with antioxidants (ORAC 35,460/100 g)
- Kotobuki Matcha quality
- Low GI (35)