Matcha Organics 100% Pure Matcha Green Tea Powder & Giveaway (Ended 5/24/14)
I’ve had the pleasure of using ceremonial grade Matcha Green Tea Powder in the past, but this time I am trying a culinary grade by Matcha Organics which should offer a lot of different ways to get my daily dose.
Matcha Organics 100% Pure Matcha Green Tea Powder comes in a 4-oz bag with a resealable closure to ensure freshness. I actually store my bag in the fridge. The recommended dose is just ½ to 1 teaspoon per day, so this bag can potentially go a long way!
I’m going to just get right to it. . . Matcha Green Tea Powder in any grade works for me. Ceremonial grade is used for drinking and is slightly more expensive. I can save some money by using the culinary grade in my smoothies and other foods.
My most favorite use is to sprinkle some on my eggs in the morning. It makes my eggs taste like I’ve added spinach and I don’t detect a bitter after taste. The best part is the long acting boost it provides. I get a full supply of energy to take me throughout my day without feeling jittery or “on edge”.
I also love adding it to my smoothie drinks. The added benefits of Matcha Green Tea Powder makes using it a no-brainer. For those who don’t like the taste of the ceremonial grades that you drink straight, you won’t notice the flavor once added to your favorite foods.
Just take a look at all of the benefits you can reap by using Matcha Green Tea Powder
- Fat Blocker
- Enhanced Focus
- Clean Energy
- Calorie Burner
- Metabolism Booster
- Lowers Cholesterol
Matcha Green Tea Powder has been helpful in my weight loss efforts – it’s not a magic pill, but it gives me the energy to workout, all while revving up my metabolism so that I can burn more calories. You see – no-brainer right?!
Matcha Organics Green Tea Powder is made in China, and that would be the only thing that gives me slight pause. Although they state on the website that their matcha is 100% lead free, for me it is something to consider as I have read reports about alleged levels of lead in matcha produced in China. All of the Matcha powders I have used in the past have been from Japan. This is not to say that this brand is bad, but you have to do your research so that you can make an informed choice when buying matcha powder.
My experience may be different from others, but if you are interested in purchasing Matcha Organics 100% Pure Organic Matcha, I will leave my affiliate link below for your shopping convenience. Check out their website at www.matchaorganics.com and LIKE them on Facebook.
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