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Is Caffeine Bad For You?

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Is Caffeine Bad For You?

NO… But all that other stuff might be. Caffeine is not bad for the average healthy adult who consumes moderately. That being said, not all foods containing caffeine are created equal. That giant sugar bomb coffee drink, that tastes delicious, is probably not very healthy and should be treated more like dessert than a regular pick me up.   Caffeine is the must prevalent drug added to or naturally existing in our foods today. 90% of American adults consume more than 300mg of caffeine a year and 50% of those adults consume more than 300 mg of caffeine a day. According...


Improve Mind, Body, and Soul with Matcha

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Tags Caffeine, Focus, Health, L-theanine, matcha, meditaiton

Improve Mind, Body, and Soul with Matcha

Improved Endurance And Energy Boost Metabolism and Burn Calories Packed With Extremely Powerful Antioxidants Improves Focus Mood Elevation and Improved Memory Naturally Detoxifies Strengths Immune System  Improves Cholesterol   Is there anything Matcha can't do?           No, not really.   For more than a thousand years Buddhist monks used matcha to improve afternoon meditation, while Samurais used matcha before battle to increase stamina.  This ancient drink truly benefits mind, body, and soul.   We've all heard about the benefits of green tea, Matcha is green tea on steroids. One cup of matcha is equal to 10 cups of green...


Matcha and Meditation

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Tags Health, L-theanine, matcha, meditaiton

Matcha and Meditation

Tea As A Spiritual Vehicle Indian Buddhists tell of Prince Bodhi-Dharma, who meditated for nine years without sleep. Near the end of his vigil, he nodded off for a bit. When he woke up, he cut off his eyelids. From the ground where they fell grew the first tea plant. While tea holds a different role in various eastern religious practices, it's used is universally encouraged. The Mahayana precepts, for example, ban intoxication but expressly allow the consumption of tea. Daoists practice their tea ceremony (Cha Dao) as a moving social meditation event.   So What Is Matcha, Exactly? Matcha...