Is Matcha tea really good for health as claimed?

  • infinitefrien...

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    May 31, 2015 10:09 AM GMT
    Do you guys think that it is worth buying?

    https://www.google.com/search?q=matcha&oq=matcha+&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=122&ie=UTF-8&gws_rd=ssl

    Would it make a big difference to general health?

    Appreciate your responses!
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    Jun 01, 2015 4:46 PM GMT
    Absolutely.
    Your cock will grow to 10 inches, you'll have muscles like Chris Evans in Captain America and ZZ Top will ask you how your beard got so amazing.
    And that's just the first glass.
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    Jun 01, 2015 4:48 PM GMT
    Wyndahoi saidAbsolutely.
    Your cock will grow to 10 inches, you'll have muscles like Chris Evans in Captain America and ZZ Top will ask you how your beard got so amazing.
    And that's just the first glass.
    Yep, it happened to me. Then after the 2nd glass you'll have the ability to see through glass and leap over tall buildings simply by jumping from a plane.
  • infinitefrien...

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    Jun 01, 2015 11:26 PM GMT
    Wyndahoi saidAbsolutely.
    Your cock will grow to 10 inches, you'll have muscles like Chris Evans in Captain America and ZZ Top will ask you how your beard got so amazing.
    And that's just the first glass.


    come on man be serious
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    Jun 01, 2015 11:28 PM GMT
    Matcha tea is great but you need to know how to make it--it's an art.
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    Jun 01, 2015 11:52 PM GMT
    Sorry, but there are no miracle foods, that replace heating healthily and in moderation. You might as well save your money and buy fresh fruits, veggies and proteins.
  • infinitefrien...

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    Jun 02, 2015 8:37 AM GMT
    Thanks guys
  • Crepuscule

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    Jun 03, 2015 1:44 PM GMT
    Matcha is basically powdered green tea. So maybe buy green tea and add to smoothies directly if you hope for results? Probably cheaper. Or I dunno... if you can get your own little tea plant you'll get the leaves directly from the source. Or just drink your tea as per your habits.
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    Jun 05, 2015 8:49 AM GMT
    I love natural tea, dessert beverage and surely give you an idea of good points and history.

    Matcha Tea is like a dessert and only one health ingredient antioxidant. Matcha delivers intense sweetness and deeper flavour than the standard. Matcha comes from a plant called camellia sinensis and form into powder, dark-green after the processes. Matcha is originated and grown in china (618-907) from Tang Dynasty and wasn't popular from the market. Distribute the trade to Japan in 1191 by a monk Eisai. The use of the ingredient in Japan is for confectionary. But mainly for a ritual ceremony done by the grand master of a tea ceremony lineage, his contract made him master's konomi, or favoured blend and name his tea called, chamei ("tea names").
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    Jun 05, 2015 11:06 AM GMT
    MuchMoreThanMuscle saidI once dated a guy who claimed it was a super health food. I never heard of it prior to dating him. Reluctantly, I eventually believed him. But after three months of buying a good brand (through amazon.com) and consuming it daily there were no noticeable improvements in my blood work whatsoever.

    I believe I saw it in a Whole Foods, in Boca Raton, Florida. My only time in one of those places, Kathy Lee Gifford was there for a book signing, which we were buying as a gift for one of her fans we know.

    Seemed like Whole Foods had a big selection, and I wondered what the stuff was. Now thanks to this thread, and especially "Last Humanity", I know. It did cost more than some other teas, but not a lot more, relatively speaking, given that many things in Whole Foods appear to be high-priced. I'm not real keen on so-called organic food.

    But this discussion had gotten me interested in Matcha, if only for the flavor aspect. I've got a couple of teapots with infusers, so I could use this tea whether loose or in bags. And I do love tea. So I may go to our local Whole Foods and look for some.
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    Jun 05, 2015 3:40 PM GMT
    LastHumanity saidI love natural tea, dessert beverage and surely give you an idea of good points and history.

    Matcha Tea is like a dessert and only one health ingredient antioxidant. Matcha delivers intense sweetness and deeper flavour than the standard. Matcha comes from a plant called camellia sinensis and form into powder, dark-green after the processes. Matcha is originated and grown in china (618-907) from Tang Dynasty and wasn't popular from the market. Distribute the trade to Japan in 1191 by a monk Eisai. The use of the ingredient in Japan is for confectionary. But mainly for a ritual ceremony done by the grand master of a tea ceremony lineage, his contract made him master's konomi, or favoured blend and name his tea called, chamei ("tea names").


    Educate me.