Matcha latte kicks caffeine withdrawals into touch

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If you are trying to kick your coffee habit but are somewhat terrified about the withdrawal headaches interfering with your work life then look no further than Matcha Green Tea. If a morning pre work cappuccino has become a somewhat ingrained habit (not to mention the other coffees that mange to work their way into your exhausting days...) then breaking it can be really tough. Try ordering a Matcha Latte in the morning instead of your regular cappuccino and start to ditch coffee for good. Matcha is ground green tea leaves so stronger than regular brewed green tea and while it does have caffeine in it it doesn't give you the same slightly manic rush coffee nor do you suffer from the crash a few hours later. It is a more sustained type of energy; Buddhist monks drink it when facing meditation marathons in order to stay alert but not wired. In addition to this it is packed full of antioxidants and is said to stimulate your digestion aiding weight loss. A win-win really!! Once you have swapped coffee for Matcha and green tea you can look at decreasing the regularity of these by substituting green tea for herbal teas if you want to go completely caffeine free.

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  • Matcha Green Tea

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