Soursop Matcha For A Healthy Heart
The Soursop Tea has a number of health benefits. A major one: It can help protect you from a heart attack or a stroke – and TheSoursopTea may be much more effective than steeped green tea when it comes to heart health.
The Soursop Tea Contains Flavonoids
Flavonoids are a type of antioxidant found in certain plants, including cocoa, tomatoes, grapes and wine, blueberries, citrus and, of course, soursop.
The Soursop Tea contains a type of flavonoid called catechins, specifically Epigallocatechin Gallate, or EGCG. While research is in its early stages, studies have shown some promising information about catechins.
One of these benefits is lowering the risk of coronary heart disease. The catechins in green tea may interfere with the digestion of lipids, including cholesterol and dietary fat.
Flavonoids may also improve blood pressure, reduce the risk of clot formation and atherosclerosis, and prevent some inflammation in the vascular system, some common heart attack and stroke culprits.
Why Soursop Matcha Tea Offers the Best Benefits
Tea leaves can lose antioxidants during the oxidization process. The Soursop Tea is less processed, meaning that it can offer more health benefits than conventional teas.
Matcha undergoes even less oxidization than standard green tea, meaning it has more of the stuff that provides heart protection than other teas. Additionally, soursop matcha is powdered tea; instead of steeping the leaves and then throwing them away, you are mixing the whole leaf into your tea, adding even more benefits.
That’s probably why soursop matcha has more than 137 times the amount of EGCG as in other kinds of green tea, giving you a much larger antioxidant boost.
That makes a daily cup of The Soursop Tea an excellent addition to a heart-healthy diet. If you’re ready to begin working more soursop matcha into your day, shop online today.