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Journalists, bloggers, chefs and nutritionists are writing about matcha tea.
As Seen In Gorgeously Green with Sophie Uliano
As Seen In Gorgeously Green with Sophie Uliano at Matcha Source Boutique in West Hollywood
As Seen In Not Derby Pie
As Seen In Not Derby Pie's Gift Guide 2012.
As Seen on The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television for Women
As Seen on The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television for Women - 5 Easy Ways to Make Matcha Part of Your Everyday Ritual
As Seen In Wall St. Journal Bits and Bites
Turning over a new leaf? Try matcha, the powdered green tea of Japan that's so potent, a ceremonial art was developed around it. Founder of Matcha Source, Alissa White, is omniscient about the stuff; she imports it and opened her first retail storefront earlier this month in Los Angeles.
Matcha Tea on Dr. Oz with Rachel Beller, Nutritionist
Dr Oz did a show called Ask Dr Oz: Cancer Edition, because he knows that Cancer is one of the diseases that we fear most. His guest, Rachel Beller, a nutritionist who focuses on nutrition in Cancer Management and Prevention, says matcha green tea is great though because 1/4 – 1/2 tsp of Matcha Tea is equal to 8-10 cups of regular tea in terms of Antioxidant Power.
As Seen In Women's Running Magazine
The Best Foods for Female Runners. Green tea has become a beverage superstar thanks to headlines trumpeting its health-boosting antioxidant, epigallocatechin- 3-gallate (EGCG). Emerging research suggests EGCG may improve endurance performance, reduce exercise muscle damage and increase fat burning during workouts.
Muscle and Fitness Magazine: "S#!t You Can Add To Shakes" If You Want to Burn Fat
Besides helping fight against a laundry list of maladies, EGCG can stimulate metabolism and fat oxidation to help torch bodyfat, a number of studies have discovered.
As Seen In Vogue
“A Beautiful Life,” in the October issue of Vogue Magazine, written by Jancee Dunn, surveys the plethora of services available to breast cancer survivors, from reconstructive surgery to nutritional counseling.  Dunn interviews Los Angeles based nutritionist, Rachel Beller of the Beller Nutritional Institute in Beverly Hills, who urges her patients to drink green tea, especially matcha powdered green tea for its potent nutritional benefits.
AOL StartUp April 2010
An Entrepreneur Creates a Company That's Unquestionably Her Cup of Tea. There's an old adage that you shouldn't be working in your business. You should be working on your business.
As Seen In Dear Pharmacist by Dr. Suzy Cohen PhD
" Dear Pharmacist, My Japanese neighbor drinks green matcha tea every day. She runs around like a 30-year-old, even though she's in her 70s.  What the heck is she drinking?!" Dr. Suzy Cohen PhD, of Dear Pharmacist, answers questions about health benefits of matcha tea.
As Seen In Women's Health Magazine
Green tea has a résumé other beverages would kill for. Research shows it protects against heart disease,cancer, Alzheimer's, and osteoporosis, and it shifts your fat-fighting metabolism into high gear. The super brew's superpowers come mostly from an antioxidant called epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), says David Grotto, R.D., a spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association.
As Seen In Well Fed Man by Mathew Kadey, M.S., R.D.
Originally served to emperors and monks, green matcha tea is the tea used in Japanese tea ceremonies. It is now becoming more readily available for us average joe urbanites.
As Seen In Natural Health Magazine
Add tea leaves to fish, soups, and even dessert for a unique flavor and a heart-healthy boost.
Covered On Tasting Table
Matcha, the powdered green tea prized for its pleasantly bitter flavor and healing qualities, isn't often found among the boxes of bagged green and black teas in supermarkets. But Alissa White, owner of the Los Angeles-based online shop Matcha Source, wants to change that.
Matcha Box Pop-Up Store in SOHO, NYC. June 2010
LOS ANGELES — May 18, 2010 — The traditional Japanese tea ceremony meets Manhattan mixology next month when Los Angeles-based Matcha Source brings its premium matcha green teas and wares to SoHo.

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