Matcha powder = matcha lattes, matcha pancakes, matcha desserts…
You name it – matcha is making it’s way into every drink or dish imaginable.
But what this also means is matcha can be mistaken as simply a bit of a fad – it’s cool right now and looks great in Instagram photos and is fun to have on café menus (it makes everything look greeeeeen!).
However – that’s where we are going to stop you. We’re here to help you find your healthiest & happiest life, and that means helping you find the tools to help you get there.
And we believe Matcha powder – and it’s huge list of benefits – is an incredibly valuable tool to throw into your health toolbox.
And it’s exactly why Matcha Maiden matcha powder features in our Autumn Box.
Here’s just 4 (of many!) reasons why:
These are only 4 of many, many more amazing benefits of matcha, but we think these benefits alone are enough to show you how beneficial matcha can be to your every day routine. Matcha can be consumed with water or your favourite nut mylk, and we recommend having a mug full each morning for maximum benefits.
We chose to work with Matcha Maiden for our feature on matcha powder this autumn as their matcha is organic, pure and sourced direct from Japan – so you’re getting the GOOD stuff!
You can check out Matcha Maiden’s range on their website (AND get a sneaky 20% storewide by using the code "RY20" - just for the RY community): https://shop.matchamaiden.com
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