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6 Ways Drinking Matcha Tea Improves Your Health

Green matcha can be used in tea making and cooking, but it is more commonly drunk as a type of tea to obtain health-promoting benefits. Some experts suggest that adding the popular drink to your daily life can help reduce the risk of cancer and diabetes and increase an individual's healthy longevity.

Matcha is the purest version of green tea that has great nutrients. The strong green color of matcha is achieved by covering the tea plant 20-30 days before harvest, which helps increase the production of chlorophyll and amino acids. According to "Healthline", below are proven ways matcha tea improves your health.

Reduces bad cholesterol levels

Some Japanese medical experts found that consuming matcha over time significantly lowers the levels of glucose, triglycerides, and total cholesterol, thus reducing the chance of heart disease and damage to the liver and kidneys.

It May help protect the liver

Boosts brain function

It May help prevent cancer

Accelerates the metabolism

The same EGCG, the antioxidant found in large quantities in matcha, is also responsible for accelerating the oxidation of fat in the body, which of course also promotes weight loss. Drinking one and a half to two cups of matcha will increase the body's metabolism by about 4% for the next day.

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