The three big benefits of matcha elixir
Matcha Elixir is a premium cold blend, which creates a refreshing super antioxidant-charged drink when mixed with water.
An organic matcha powder that's blended with Australian Bush Herbs, Grape Seed Extract and L-Carnitine.
Matcha Elixir is naturally flavoured (using real fruit and natural flavouring) and naturally sweetened (with thaumatin) and has been specifically formulated to boot energy, burn calories and detox the body.
Matcha Elixir will give you the energy boost you want, without the usual side effects of stimulants such as nervousness and hypertension.  This is due to Matcha having high levels of L-Theanine, an amino acid known to relax the mind. The caffeine found in Matcha works in synchronicity with L-Theanine to give you a consistent release of energy that will last up to 4 – 6 hours, with no crash and burn usually associated with coffee. 
Matcha Elixir can increase the metabolism and help your body burn fat about four times faster than average. This is due to the antioxidant EGCG, which boosts metabolism during moderate-intensity exercise. Studies have also shown ECGC to stimulate hormones, helping you feel full. 
Matcha Elixir’s unique formula also includes L-Carnitine for enhanced fat burning. L-Carnitine is a natural occurring amino acid that works to transfer fat into energy. L-Carnitine also works as an appetite suppressant and reduces fatigue. 
For best results drink Matcha Elixir twice daily (on a full stomach).
DETOX THE BODY
Matcha Elixir’s premium blend brings you the best of the best in terms of nutritional value. With the combination of organic Matcha, Grape Seed Extract  and Kakadu Plum , Matcha Elixir boasts to be one of the highest sources of antioxidants.
Matcha Elixir is also rich in Chlorophyll , which is a renowned detoxifying agent. Chlorophyll helps to remove heavy metals and chemical toxins from your body. For best results, drink Matcha Elixir in the morning, after breakfast and again after lunch. Make sure you drink Matcha Elixir on a full stomach.
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