Most of us can not imagine a morning without a sip of excellent and rejuvenating coffee.
Morning rituals are essential; if we do not practice them in peace, they may negatively affect our daily well-being.
However, for most people, coffee works only temporarily…
This means that we feel good for a short period, and after half an hour, we no longer feel its effects. After the morning coffee (or the second one), we can feel tense and even less energised.
The reason for this is the effect of caffeine on the body.
In the beginning, caffeine is quickly released and causes a sudden rise in energy and concentration. However, after about 30 minutes, the power and concentration drop sharply, and we often have even less energy than before.
Besides that, for some people, large amounts of caffeine – 95mg per serving – can cause nervousness and agitation, sometimes even tremors, problems with digestion, or headaches.
What if we could get all the positive effects, like better concentration and memory, energy boost, and give the body all those important antioxidants without any side effects?
With the natural power of Matcha Chai Latte, we can make this come true!
QUALITY AND EFFECTIVE INGREDIENTS
Matcha is dried and finely ground green tea leaves, which makes it the ultimate form of green tea, with the highest quality. It is a rich source of antioxidants and vitamin C.
Cinnamon is a spice with a mind-blowing aroma and many benefits to our health. It supports digestion, raises energy levels and helps maintain normal blood lipid levels.
Ginger is a spice used in cooking and medicine, as it helps increase vitality and energy and supports the body’s natural defence system and the immune system.
- COCONUT SUGAR
Coconut palm sugar or coconut sugar is completely natural and unrefined. It has a delicate caramel taste, so it is an excellent alternative to regular sugar.
WHY IS MATCHA BETTER THAN COFFEE?
- Raises energy levels without a subsequent drop
- Provides energy for up to 6 hours
- Great source of antioxidants
- Maintains a healthy digestive tract
- Rich in chlorophyll – helps detoxification
- Does not cause bad breath and yellow teeth
- Causes a rapid rise in energy but sharply drops it
- Rises energy only for 30 minutes
- Poor source of antioxidants
- Hurts digestion
- Inhibits detoxification
- It causes bad breath and yellow teeth
Matcha does not contain only caffeine!
Both coffee and Matcha, contain naturally occurring caffeine, only in different amounts. A cup of coffee contains about 95 mg of caffeine and a cup of Matcha about 70 mg.
The huge difference between them is in the way the caffeine acts on the body, which highly depends on the other substances found in the plant.
Matcha contains a high dose of L-theanine, rare amino acid that causes caffeine to be released more slowly and more evenly than the caffeine from the coffee. Because of that, we avoid a rapid rise in energy, followed by a steep drop.
|per 100g||per portion (10g)|
|Energy||361 kcal / 1513 kJ||36 kcal / 151 kJ|
|Total fat||3 g||0,3 g|
|from which saturated||2 g||0,2 g|
|Carbohydrates||76 g||7,6 g|
|from which sugars||25 g||2,5 g|
|Protein||6 g||0,6 g|
|Salt||0,1 g||0,01 g|
NRV* dietary reference value