How much caffeine is in matcha?

There is no doubting that matcha can be a healthy, metabolism-boosting, antioxidant-packed addition to a healthy day (and yes, even on the 21-Day Clean Program!). Mindfully making and sipping this lovely green drink in the morning has become one of our favorite routines.

Is matcha good for you, really?

We’ve got matcha everything: quickie No-Bake Matcha Energy Balls, luscious Matcha Lattes, and even Matcha Superfood Pie (yes, really!). But, why? Why are we including matcha in loads of our recipes and even developed our own high-quality, organic, ceremonial grade matcha? Let’s get into it.

Why should you take fermented moringa?

Moringa Oleifera, a plant from the family Moringacea, has been used for centuries due to its medicinal properties and health benefits. It is especially common in Ayurvedic medicine. Fermented moringa has potent antifungal, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory properties.

What are the benefits of fermented turmeric?

Turmeric has been taking the health and wellness scene by storm for years, (thousands of years, if you ask Ayurveda). Turmeric is a golden yellow root, commonly ground into a spice we most often associate with curry recipes. Here are some of the many reasons you should be using fermented turmeric in your daily routine.

A breakdown of the glycemic index

You may have heard that some foods are higher on the glycemic index than others. Or maybe you’ve heard of “slow” carbs vs “fast” carbs. The glycemic index is a way of rating carbohydrate-containing foods based on how quickly they are digested and absorbed in the body. But what exactly does this mean?

What to do if you can’t cleanse

The 21-day Clean Program is designed to support the body’s natural ability to heal itself. It focuses on cleansing and detoxification through a mixture of dietary change and supplementation. We really recommend that everyone gives it a try at some point. The results are incredible.