EcoWatch Daily Newsletter
Drinking regular green tea is a lot like boiling kale and drinking the water. You get some of the nutrients, but most of it goes in the trash. With matcha tea, on the other hand, you consume the whole tea leaves and get all the nutrients. Plus, matcha is more nutrient-dense to begin with.
Amazon<ul><li>5% of the company's profits go to charity </li><li>Packaged in a recyclable glass jar with an aluminum lid</li><li>High-quality Japanese matcha with a less bitter taste</li></ul>
Amazon<ul><li>Tested annually for pesticides and heavy metals like lead</li><li>Smooth mellow flavor with hints of chocolate, leafy greens, and snow peas</li><li>Small batch product made from hand-picked leaves<span class="redactor-invisible-space"></span></li></ul>
- 13 Herbs and Spices That Will Reduce Inflammation in Your Body ... ›
- 20 Best Foods for Lung Health - EcoWatch ›
- 10 Darn Good Reasons to Drink Green Tea - EcoWatch ›
- What’s So Great About Chamomile Tea? Everything. - EcoWatch ›