Matcha Smoothie Receipe and all the ingredients I use

Matcha tea provides a great boost of energy in this fiber- and protein-packed smoothie! Rich in antioxidants, it will keep you going all morning. One of the buzz words in nutrition, antioxidants are naturally occurring chemical compounds that prevent aging and chronic diseases. Nowadays, a variety of fruits and vegetables are lauded for their antioxidant properties, leading to a host of products with all kinds of claims. But matcha is unparalleled in comparison. Matcha tea has 137 more antioxidants than green tea!!!

 

MAKES 2 TO 3 glasses

 

The links shows you where I get my ingredients from and which brand!

 

1 teaspoon matcha tea powder - https://goo.gl/8XrFJj
3 cups filtered water, divided - Use a Brita Filter or similar
1 tablespoon vanilla extract - https://goo.gl/qRu4AB
1 tablespoon coconut oil - https://goo.gl/XDgPMV
1 cup almond milk - https://goo.gl/ZU7iQw
1 large handful spinach - any organic spinach
2 tablespoons nut butter - https://goo.gl/pzXir4
1 cup frozen raspberries - any organic but MUST be frozen
2 tablespoons hypoallergenic protein powder - https://goo.gl/04CyKb
1 tablespoon unsweetened shredded coconut - https://goo.gl/Mcx1bX
1 tablespoon ground flaxseed - https://goo.gl/CWoc1q
1 tablespoon of L-Glutamine powder - https://goo.gl/uxH43S

 

1. Mix the matcha a tablespoon of water into a paste.

 

2. Add this paste to a heated cup of water (not boiled) mix and allow to cool.

 

3.In a nutribullet or similar, blend the remaining filtered water and the rest of the ingredients in the order they are listed (IMPORTANT) with the cooled tea added at the end.

 

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