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Turmeric The Golden Spice

Turmeric The Golden Spice

Andre Fasciola | May 04, 2018 | All

Tumeric and Matcha Make for A Super Delicious and Healthy Drink!  A close cousin of ginger, turmeric is a colorful and hearty plant that abundantly grows in India and Southeast Asia. Even if it’s not (yet) a staple in your spice-rack, you’ve undoubtedly encountered turmeric before—as an all-natural clothing dye, a...

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Why Matcha’s Caffeine Is Better Than Coffee’s

Why Matcha’s Caffeine Is Better Than Coffee’s

Andre Fasciola | April 10, 2018 | All

Matcha Caffeine vs. Coffee Caffeine. Yes, There Is A Difference.  More and more people are realizing that they don’t like the jittery feeling they get from a strong cup of coffee. Still, people continue to drink it for a number of reasons; it tastes good, it provides a jolt of...

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Why Is The Term "Ceremonial Grade" Meaningless And Even Misleading?

Why The Term "Ceremonial Grade" is Misleading.     Tea experts grade matcha by color, aroma, flavor, texture, and freshness. The best matcha is produced in Japan. Japanese companies typically offer many grades of matcha, from highest quality (most expensive) to lowest (least expensive). The brighter the color, the richer the...

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Studies Say Drinking Matcha is Excellent for Brain Health and Longevity

Matcha Improves Brain Health & Longevity! It’s hard to find a food as deserving of the epithet ‘super’ as matcha. What has been known for centuries as a cultural folk remedy is now being backed up by scientific data, placing matcha at the top of lists for natural brain health,...

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The Truth About Sugar

The Truth About Sugar

Andre Fasciola | March 26, 2018 | All

The Truth About Sugar   It makes evolutionary sense that we crave sweets. Sugar provides instant energy. Nerve cells in the brain depend on a constant supply of sugar (glucose) to function.  Our distant ancestors encountered sugar mainly in ripe fruit and mostly at the end of summer, when they...

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