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It’s 11 a.m. and you’re already three cups of coffee deep into your day. Caffeine addiction much? (Yeah, you and the rest of America.)

We feel you, but if your love for coffee borders on full-blown obsession, it might be time to look for an alternative fix.

Matcha Green Tea vs. Coffee

Enter matcha. This powdered green tea has 25 mg of caffeine, about a third of what’s in your morning coffee. But even though matcha contains less of the stimulant, you’ll feel more sustained energy because of the other nutrients in your cup.

Matcha Tea is Green Tea 2.0

Matcha is basically the upgraded version of your typical green tea. It’s name literally means "powdered tea,” and it comes from green tea leaves that are grown in the shade to retains their color and nutrients. The leaves are handpicked, dried, and aged for nearly six months before they're pulverized into a bright green powder.

Green Tea's Superfood Status

Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), the catechin that gives green tea its superfood status, is found in high amounts in matcha. This overachieving nutrient has been heavily researched, and has positive effects on yourmetabolism, fighting cancer, and even regulating blood sugar.

Green Tea Caffeine verses Coffee

Because matcha has slightly less caffeine than coffee, it’s a perfect afternoon pick-me-up that won’t disturb your sleep later. And if you’re cutting back on your morning habit but want to avoid the dreaded caffeine headache? Try matcha as your second cup mid-morning to keep yourself energized all day long.

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