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Can Drinking Matcha Help Replace Statins?

Can Drinking Matcha Help Replace Statins?

Andre Fasciola | November 10, 2016 | All, Teaism

If you are currently someone who has high cholesterol or are at an increased risk of heart disease, you might be considering the use of a statin as part of your treatment protocol. Statins are a group of drugs that reduce levels of LDL (“bad”) cholesterol in the blood. They...

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Can Matcha Help with Depression?

Can Matcha Help with Depression?

Andre Fasciola | November 10, 2016 | All, Teaism

One common condition that few people talk about is depression. It can creep up on you before you've even even fully realized it. At first, you may feel a little down. You chalk it up to a bad day. But the feeling persists, and soon it’s been a ‘bad month.’ Before you know...

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Matcha vs. Energy Drinks

Matcha vs. Energy Drinks

Team Matcha | November 10, 2016 | All, Teaism

Energy drinks have become extremely popular in today’s society. A great many people turn to them, at least on occasion, to serve as a pick-me-up. But are they really all they’re cracked up to be? If you take a good look at the ingredient listing on that energy drink, you’ll...

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A First Taste of Our Matcha

A First Taste of Our Matcha

Alex Keaney | November 04, 2016 | All, Teaism

Whether you’ve had matcha before or not, we suggest you first taste Matcha Kari by preparing it as traditional thin tea. Heat water in a kettle until steam first appears; this will be well below boiling, about 180°F. Turn off heat. Pour about a half cup of the hot water...

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What About Organic Matcha?

What About Organic Matcha?

Team Matcha | November 04, 2016 | All, Products, Teaism

Organic tea production is done on a limited scale in Japan, and, sadly, the quality of organic Japanese green tea, including matcha, is inferior to that of conventionally grown tea. The good news is that Japanese consumer demand for organic foods is increasing and that tea producers are devoting more...

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