Today I’m writing you about one of my newest addictions: matcha latte. It’s a kind of green Japanese tea, mixed with whipped hot soy milk (and some stevia).
Matcha is an ultimate energy booster, in one study, researchers has thought this was from the caffeine in matcha, but they found that it was actually the combination of matches natural properties.
Its an enormous calorie burner. Matcha is a great addition to lose weight because it boosts metabolism and burns fat. But the great thing is it doesn’t raise blood pressure or heart rate, making it a safe alternative to questionable quick fixes of today’s pharmaceuticals ridden with side effects.
Its a detox deluxe, a green healthy colour. Matcha helps to safely cleanse and purge the body. Chlorophyll is the element that gives green tea and other plants their colour and is also a powerful detoxifier.
And Matcha has many more benefits, like it’s
* packed with antioxidants including the powerful EGCg
* calms and relaxes
* enhances mood and aids in concentration
* provides vitamin C, selenium, chromium, zinc and magnesium
* fight against viruses and bacteria
*rich in fibre
*lowers chloseteral and blood sugar
So why not and try it out and sip this delicious treat with my favourite combination: some dried fruits and nuts!
Recipe Matcha Latte
For making a latte you need 1/2 tsp of good quality matcha, stir in 50ml of boiling water, add 200ml of whipped soy milk serve with some stevia or honey for a delicious warming treat, Nomnomnom!”