Dr Oz: Matcha Tea Review
What if you could boost your immunity, lose weight, and control stress with one simple drink? Dr. Oz says it is possible and that is why he invited Medicine Hunter Chris Kilham to talk about the powerful benefits found in Matcha Tea. Chris says it has been used in Japanese culture for many years because of its extraordinary health benefits, which is why Dr. Oz believes every woman should be drinking Matcha Tea every day!
Chris Kilham calls Matcha Tea the Champagne of green teas because it is processed by hand and is so good for you.
- Contains about 30 milligrams of caffeine per cup
- Contains L-Theanine, which is an amino acid that provides a tranquility effect, so even though you get alertness from the caffeine you also get a peaceful effect from thh L-Theanine.
Dr Oz: Drink Matcha Tea to Reduce Anxiety
Here are some of the reasons that Dr. Oz and Chris Kilham think you should be drinking Matcha Tea.
- Fights disease by enhancing immune function and reducing the risk of cardiovascular problems.
- Matcha Tea works as a fat blocker by forcing it to be eliminated, rather than absorbed to prevent weight gain.
- Reduces anxiety, which might be the most important benefit, according to Dr. Oz.
Dr Oz: How to Make Matcha Tea
Here is how you can easily prepare a cup of Matcha Tea right at time to start feeling the health benefits.
- Take a teaspoon of Matcha Tea powder and put it in a bowl.
- Add boiling water to the power and whisk together for about 1 minute.
If you do not want to drink it as a tea, you can add Matcha powder to your favorite smoothie recipe. Look for Match Tea at health food stores and Asian markets.
Dr Oz: Matcha Gimlet Recipe
- 3 ounces of water
- 1 tablespoon Matcha Powder
- Juice of 1 small lime
- ½ ounce of simple syrup
- 2 ½ ounces Dry Gin
Dr Oz: Acupressure for Stress Relief
Dr. Oz is second week into Jan-YOU-ary, 31 days to a better you, and today he is tackling stress. Do you ever get headaches or neck and shoulder pain due to stress? If so, Dr. Oz has the solution to ease your pain and reduce your stress with Acupressure.
Acupressure for Headaches: Apply firm pressure to the fleshy part of the hand in between the thumb and forefinger. It might hurt a little, but that is okay because just 4-5 seconds will help relieve your headache.
Acupressure for Shoulder and Neck Pain: Apply pressure in between the two bones that go to your ring and pinky fingers. Again, do this for about 4-5 seconds for stress relief.
Acupressure for Stomach Pain: Turn your arm over and with your palm facing up find the ligaments just above your wrist area and massage gently to relieve stomach upset caused by stress.