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Matcha-infused products are all the rage and The Doctors weigh in on whether they have the health benefits that so many people are raving about.
The Doctors explain that the powder, which is concentrated green tea, contains a high amount of antioxidants and the amino acid theanine, which can help you feel more alert.
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork suggests for any who is a fan of green tea that matcha can be a great alternative, noting that most major coffee chains now carry it.