38 Sanpachi Premium Matcha powder for your health

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38 Sanpachi is daily matcha powder which is made from genuine, authentic, premium matcha.

Real Matcha benefits for Your Health

Matcha has become very popular lately.
Matcha is not only tasty but also has unique and lots of nutritions.

Matcha is grown by covering their tea plants 20–30 days before harvest to avoid direct sunlight. This increases chlorophyll and boosts the amino acid.

After harvested the leaves, the leaves are ground up into a fine powder known as matcha.

When you eat or drink Matcha, you can take more nutrients such as caffeine and antioxidants from Matcha than if you drink green tea.

Studies of matcha and its components have known that a variety of benefits, showing that it can help protect the liver, promote heart health, and even aid in weight loss.

Health Benefits of Matcha

Boosting concentration and cognition
L-theanine: L-theanine is an amino acid present in MatchaL-theanine promotes a state of relaxation and well-being. And Matcha also has caffeine, combines L-thanine with caffeine, L-theanine can induce a state of relaxed alertness.   

A 2017 study of 20 adult males found that consuming 200 milligrams (mg) of L-theanine improved cognition and selective attention. This effect was stronger in combination with 160 mg of caffeine. A 2017 review of 49 studies in humans found that plant compounds in matcha tea may improve mood and performance. For example, L-theanine alone promoted relaxation and calmness, while caffeine improved performance and energy. When combined, L-theanine and caffeine improved alertness and attention, particularly when the study participants were multitasking. Some people suggest that matcha tea contains much higher amounts of L-theanine than other types of tea. However, research shows that the amount of L-theanine in matcha varies widely from product to product. (reference : Medical News Today )

Preventing cancer

catechin: EGCg

Green tea ( Matcha ) contains a class of antioxidants called catechins, particularly epigallocatechin gallate (EGCg), which may have antitumor properties. Some test tube and animal studies suggest that EGCg may help prevent cancer growth. However, more human studies are necessary to confirm this potential effect. Some human studies suggest that a high intake of green tea ( Matcha ) may prevent the development of certain cancers, such as bladder cancer. According to the National Cancer Institute, EGCg may help prevent cancer by protecting cells from DNA damage and inhibiting tumor cell proliferation. (reference : Medical News Today )

Reducing the risk of heart disease

Large population studies have suggested that a high green tea ( Matcha ) intake has links to a lower risk of developing heart disease. Some also suggest that drinking green tea may reduce heart disease risk factors, such as high cholesterol levels.   No studies of this kind have examined the effects of matcha tea on heart disease. However, it could have similar or stronger effects. (reference : Medical News Today )

Preventing type 2 diabetes

One randomized clinical trial found that drinking four cups of green tea ( Matcha ) every day led to significant reductions in several risk factors for diabetes. These factors included body weight, body mass index (BMI), and systolic blood pressure.

Systolic blood pressure is the force that blood flow exerts on blood vessels when the heart is between beats. (reference : Medical News Today )

Relieving autoimmune uveitis

A 2019 study in mice suggested that the catechins in green tea ( matcha ) may help relieve symptoms of vision impairment in people with autoimmune uveitis.   This is a rare condition in which the immune system incorrectly targets tissues inside the eye, causing inflammation.   Although researchers would need to replicate this study in humans to gauge the full effect of matcha tea on autoimmune uveitis, this study indicates that compounds in matcha tea may have a beneficial impact on this autoimmune condition. (reference : Medical News Today )  

Green Tea ( Matcha ) was used to be a “Medicine” in Japan.

 These studies may not be the result of studies to human body, but considering that green tea (matcha) has been taken as a medicine in Japan since ancient times, we would like more people to know the benefits of matcha and drink or eat them daily.


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