MATCHA BERRY - (Vegan) Endurance Meal With Natural Caffeine (approx. 30mg) - 310 Kcal
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Enjoy the richness of wholesome ingredients and get the fuel you need to power your most enduring challenge, uninterrupted by GI problems!
Matcha Berry provides a broad spectrum of energy sources, from simple carbohydrates (coming from maple syrup and strawberries) to complex carbohydrates (oats) and fatty acids (avocado).
This combination of ingredients, with matcha tea that mobilizes metabolism, makes Matcha Berry a perfect meal for endurance athletes who strive to eat healthily and fuel efficiently with wholesome ingredients.
Matcha is shade-grown powdered green tea leaves (Camellia sinensis). It provides a wide array of benefits, making it popular among health enthusiasts.
Antioxidant content. Loaded with antioxidants.
Enhanced Energy and Focus. Caffeine combined with L-theanine provides sustained energy without the jitters. It improves focus and cognitive function.
Boosted Metabolism. Combining caffeine and catechins can help increase metabolism and promote fat oxidation
Detoxification. The vibrant green color of matcha comes from chlorophyll which supports detoxification by aiding in the elimination of toxins and heavy metals from the body.
Matcha vs. Coffee
Boosted Metabolism and Focus
Matcha contains a moderate amount of caffeine combined with L-theanine, an amino acid that promotes a state of calm alertness. This duo provides sustained energy without the jitters, improving focus and cognitive function.
Combining caffeine and catechins in matcha can help increase metabolism and promote fat oxidation, potentially supporting overall energy expenditure from various sources.
Matcha is packed with powerful antioxidants that help keep oxidative stress at a safe level, reduce inflammation, and protect cells from damage.
For athletes striving to reach peak performance levels, the battle against oxidative stress is crucial to their training journey. Intense physical activity increases the body's demand for oxygen, leading to heightened production of free radicals – highly reactive molecules that can damage cells and contribute to muscle fatigue, inflammation, and prolonged recovery times.
This oxidative stress impedes athletic progress and can lead to long-term issues such as overtraining and injuries. Our diet can make a difference by adding an additional layer of protection.