Scientific experiments on “matcha tea


 

What is matcha


Matcha tea comes from Camellia sinensis, and its native habitat is in China.


Contains matcha to certain substances such as caffeine and anti-oxidants than green tea.


Bitter-tasting matcha tea is served with local or yogurt, and matcha powder is used in juices.


Benefits of matcha tea


Positive effects on mood


Increases relaxation


Provides sustainable energy


Can help maintain a healthy weight


Matcha tea is rich in antioxidants, which are useful in fighting free radicals, preventing cancer and protecting the heart.

Try it: hot or cold matcha teas can be enjoyed and adapted to a person's personal taste by adding honey, sweeteners, fruit, or mixing it with juices


Matcha tea recipe


Ingredients:


A teaspoon of matcha rose


6 ounces of hot water


Milk, optional


A teaspoon of honey, maple syrup, or anything optional


How to prepare:


Mix one ounce of hot water with matcha to form a thick mixture. And beat the matcha to hold.


Add more water to the matcha while whisking so it doesn't lump.


Add warm yogurt, and sweeten it optionally, if desired.


Dosage: consumption of one tablespoon of tea leads to the appearance of results after about half an hour, and can last for several hours. 


Side effects of matcha tea


Can show some side effects associated with the consumption of matcha, including matcha contains the useful substances harmful, you should not consume more than two cups a day (about 474 ML)


Damage to matcha tea


Pollutants

By consuming matcha powder, a person is consuming tea with everything it contains. Matcha leaves may contain pollutants, including heavy metals, pesticides and fluoride, due to the soil in which the plant grows. Organic matcha may reduce the risk of exposure to pesticides, but organic leaves still contain substances from the soil that can be harmful when consumed in large quantities.

Renal and hepatic toxicity

Matcha contains three times more antioxidants than ordinary green tea. Two cups (474 ml) of matcha may provide equal amounts of plant compounds provided by 6 cups (1.4 L) of other high-quality green tea. The individual tolerability of matcha tea varies, but the plant-based elevated levels found in matcha can cause nausea and symptoms of renal or hepatic toxicity. Some people show signs of hepatotoxicity after consuming about 6 cups of green tea a day for 4 months, equivalent to two cups a day of matcha. 


Studies on the benefits of matcha


Rich in antioxidants


One study showed that giving rats, matcha reduces the damage caused by free radicals and enhances the antioxidant activity.


Can protect the liver


Some studies have shown that matcha can protect liver health. One study gave matcha to diabetic mice for 16 weeks and found that it protected both the liver and kidneys. Another study gave 80 people infected with non-alcoholic fatty liver either a placebo or 500 milligrams of green tea extract (match) for 90 days. After about 12 weeks, green tea extracts reduced the levels of liver enzymes. Elevated levels of these enzymes are considered a sign of liver damage.

In addition, there is analysis of 15 studies found that matcha is associated with a lower risk of hepatic disease, but it is necessary to know that there are other factors that can be associated in this process.


Enhance brain function


Some research has shown that the ingredients contained in matcha can enhance brain function. In a study of 23 people, this study monitored how people performed a series of tasks intended to measure brain function. Some participants either drank matcha tea containing 4 grams of matcha, while the other group consumed placebo. Studies found that matcha caused an improvement in attention, verb verb and memory compared to placebo.

Another study found that consuming 2 grams of matcha tea powder daily for two months improved brain function in older people. In addition, matcha tea contains a concentrated amount of caffeine, that is, about 35 milligrams in 1 gram of matcha powder. Several studies have linked caffeine consumption to improved brain function, and enhanced memory.

Matcha also contains L-theanine, which has been shown by studies to enhance the activity of alpha waves in the brain, helping to relax and reduce stress.


Cancer prevention


In one study, it was found that matcha tea reduced tumor size and reduced the growth of breast cancer cells in mice. Matcha contains a large amount of epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), a type of catechin that has been shown to have strong anti-cancer properties, and a tubular study found that this substance helped kill prostate cancer cells. Another study showed that this substance was effective for cancers of the skin, lungs, and liver.

These studies have been conducted in animals, so it is imperative that these studies be conducted in humans in order to see how these results shift when studies are applied to humans.


For heart health


Some studies have shown that drinking green tea with properties similar to matcha tea can prevent heart disease, and has been shown to reduce levels of bad cholesterol and triglycerides in the body. Studies have shown that drinking matcha is associated with reduced heart disease and stroke especially when combined with a healthy diet.


Weight loss


One study showed that drinking matcha with some moderate exercise can increase fat burning by 17%.

Another study of 14 people found that taking the matcha tea supplement boosted energy expenditure for 24 hours, compared to placebo. A review of about 11 studies showed that green tea helps reduce weight and maintain body weight. 


Study of matcha tea on animals


Effect of matcha tea and suppression of adrenal hyperplasia on mice

The relationship between the amount of matcha tea intake and the suppression of adrenal hyperplasia examined with a matcha sample, the difference in matcha concentration did not affect food intake or body weight in mice. The results showed that adrenal hyperplasia was significantly inhibited in mice who consumed about more than 33 mg/ kg of matcha.



Green tea or matcha


Matcha tea is a special, strong form of green tea. It comes from the same plant but grows and is prepared in a different way.

Since the leaves are crushed into powder, a person completely consumes the leaves. For that, matcha tea has more benefits than natural green tea. Consumption of matcha tea for hair and body has many benefits. But you should not overeat matcha tea, more than about 2 cups a day (474 ML).


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