June 21, 2017 – The world is changing. People are becoming more health conscious with their choices and are looking for natural alternatives to living a healthier, better lifestyle. Coffee, the go to drink for most people to give them that energy boost to last through the day is finding itself being replaced by a healthier less caffeinated choice – matcha.
Matcha is commonly referred to as an antioxidant powerhouse because it contains an amazing amount of antioxidants even in small amounts. For example, a cup of matcha equates to at least 10 cups of regular brewed green tea. It’s the superfood of the superfoods. Compared to Goji Berries and Blueberries, it contains 6.2 times and 17 times more antioxidants than any of the two superfoods.
The reason why organic matcha tea is slowly becoming the pick up drink of choice for many people is its ability to give the person drinking matcha a great boost in energy and focus without having to worry about the caffeine crash. It’s also a great drink for weight loss.
Matcha contains a third of caffeine and a mixture of a natural amino acid called L-Theanine that gives matcha lovers that free energy surge minus the anxiety and restlessness after a cup of coffee.
Just as the world is leaning into healthier natural consumer options, the retail landscape is also shifting into the online world.
Amazon.com, the world’s largest online retailer boasts a large number of customers in different parts of the globe. Acknowledging its ability to reach a wide number of people, Live Well Compass has decided to partner up with Amazon to able to fulfill its mission of providing healthy products to people to live healthy lifestyles.
Health enthusiasts and matcha lovers don’t need to worry about asking where to buy matcha powder in their area. They can just go online to the Live Well Compass platform or Amazon.com.
Pat McLaughlin, founder of Live Well Compass says “We see the increasing demand for a coffee alternative and Matcha green tea does just that. Our plans are to work with Amazon Prime and FBA service to provide more customers with this organic matcha sourced from Japan. If everything goes to plan, we should be launching on Amazon.com within the next few days.”