A healthy brain is an essential part of every human being; a positive mindset is also an important function and plays a significant role.
But stress, inadequate sleep and a poor diet can lead to a foggy feeling that includes confusion, lack of memory, and poor work focus.
To relieve these symptoms, Matcha green tea was introduced by the Zen Monk, Eisai, in 1191 A.D.
Matcha green tea is considered to be the healthiest form of green tea. It comes from a tea plant name ‘Camellia Sinensis.’
Let’s explore what Matcha tea is, and how it can clear that brain fog.
Matcha green tea:
We're so busy in our lives that we can sometimes forget to take care of our health. This can result in a lot of stress-related issues.
Matcha is a strong and powerful instrument that helps boost energy levels and brain health.
Matcha is made from entire green tea leaves.
Its effect on brain health is more than 10 times that of regular green tea.
Most people like it because it boosts energy intensity in a unique way and increases your focus.
Matcha helps attention span and is considered a mental superfood.
Matcha green tea has caffeine but this is not the primary source of boosting energy because it also has an amino acid known as l-theanine.
Read more about L-Theanine...
This plays a vital role in brain-boosting skills and abilities.
Drinking matcha green tea supports a fresh, calm, relaxed feeling and encourages a more powerful and attentive feeling.
This is a healthy habit to add to your to-do list.
Benefits of Matcha tea
There are a lot of benefits to enjoying a daily cup of matcha green tea, such as:
We have a guest post from Lee Foulis -
Lee is a Life Coach of 10 years who currently practices on the beautiful South Coast of KZN.
She has a Facebook Page called Life is Choices
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Two wolves live inside each of us, according to an old Cherokee fable.
"My son, the fight is between two wolves.
One is evil. It is angry, envious, jealous, sorrowful, regretful, greedy, arrogant, self-pitying, guilty, resentful, inferior, dishonest, proud, superior, and egotistical.
The other is good. This wolf is joyful, peaceful, loving, hopeful, serene, humble, kind, benevolent, empathetic, generous, truthful, compassionate, and faithful."
His grandson thinks for a while, and then asks:
"Which wolf wins, Grandfather?" T
he old Cherokee simply replies, "The one you feed."
Self awareness is very important.
We like to blame others for our woes and whilst this may feel good for a while, you are also giving away your personal power by blaming others.
By doing this you put yourself at the mercy of others who, you think, are sabotaging you.
This is of course not true.
You are the only one sabotaging yourself and the only one responsible for the choices you make and their consequences.
The more responsibility you accept the further your wings will stretch.
So, decide to take full responsibility for your happiness, relationships, career, health and fitness.
It is the only then will you succeed.
So, which wolf are you feeding?
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