The Antioxidants of Matcha Tea

Ever since the discovery of the remarkable amount of antioxidants in Matcha Tea, it has been a very big part of health food products such as energy bars and breakfast cereals. Matcha Tea is said to be healthier because unlike normal tea whose leaves are used to infuse the water, the leaves of Matcha Tea is powdered and dissolved within the drink. Tea drinkers actually consume the leaves and thereby gain all of the antioxidants in Matcha Tea. The leaves of the Matcha Tea is said to contain more antioxidants than wolfberries, pomegranates, blueberries, spinach, and orange juice.

Japanese Tea ceremony

Traditional Preparation of the Matcha Tea

Matcha Tea is the focus of the traditional Japanese Tea ceremony. The ceremony is elaborate in that it involves a lot of specifications: specific amounts of Matcha Tea, temperature of the water, tea ware, and other Japanese customs to go along with it. The Japanese are, of course, known to have one of the healthiest cuisines in the world and, therefore, the healthiest people in the world, with some living to over a hundred years old.

Powerful Antioxidants

The antioxidants in Matcha Tea come from Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG). It is a very powerful substance and many researchers have found it to help in the treatment of many disorders. EGCG was found to inhibit proteins cancer cells need to live and survive.  More recent studies have also started to show how EGCG may help in the regulation of viral load of an HIV infection. Other health benefits obtained from the antioxidants of Matcha Tea include chronic fatigue syndrome treatment, spinal muscular atrophy treatment, help with weight loss as it boosts metabolism, and many others.

A Very Distinct Preparation

The remarkable health benefits of Matcha Tea come from its distinct cultivation. A few weeks before harvest, the bush is covered and protected from sunlight. This helps the tea leaves to develop a more intense green color. The highest grades of Matcha Tea in fact is said to have a deeper and sweeter flavor. This distinct preparation gives Matcha Tea the ability to produce amino acids. Dermancenta, present in MFIII VP Softgels Advanced Formula, has something in common with Matcha Tea in that it is also full of health-giving amino acids and antioxidants.

While many believe the amount of antioxidants of Matcha Tea is reason enough to make it a part of their daily tea-drinking habits, another good reason to have Matcha Tea is the fact that it can be prepared in a number of ways due to its powdered form. Recipes abound for Matcha ice cream, Matcha cupcakes, and Matcha dumplings.

Regular intake of Matcha Tea and MFIII VP Softgels Advanced Formula is the best way to replenish your body's supply of antioxidants. Best to make them part of your diet now!