INTRODUCING MATCHA GO: THE WORLD’S FIRST KETO-FRIENDLY MATCHA SHOTS
It’s like Mommy GO, but instead of honey (20 calories, 5 g of sugar), it’s all natural sweeteners (5 calories and 0 g of sugar).
Most energy products rely on huge amounts of caffeine, sugar, and vitamins to provide a harsh spike of energy. MommyGO was created by a busy mom who relied on Japanese matcha tea to deliver a healthier and gentler alternative.
MommyGO provides hours of calm alertness to power your presence when it matters most. It is packed with antioxidants, is low on sugar and 100% natural.
It is delicious - with exquisite lavender notes and creaminess of coconut. Other options include rose+almond and ginger+lemon.
Matcha is rich with a rare amino acid, L-theanine, which promotes brain relaxation and alertness. Over a thousand years ago, Japanese monks would drink matcha to remain alert yet calm during long hours of meditation.
L-Theanine creates alpha waves, which counteract stress and lead to a state of relaxed alertness. And while L-Theanine is common in all tea, the highest grade of matcha which powers MommyGO contains up to five times more of this amino acid than regular teas. Also, L-Theanine may help memory and learning while inhibiting caffeine's side effects. A recent study found that matcha even improved physical endurance by 24%.
Thus, MommyGO promotes concentration, increase in energy, and clarity of mind without any of the nervous energy and jitters of coffee and energy drinks. However, not all matcha is the same: there are cheaper varieties that are bitter and far less effective. Our tea experts made sure that only absolutely the best and the purest ceremonial-grade matcha was used for MommyGO.
Matcha tea has many other health benefits. It is packed with far more antioxidants than any other ‘superfood’. (Antioxidants are the body’s defense agents that prevent aging and chronic diseases.) Experts at Tufts University concluded that matcha has an amazing 20 times more ORAC (oxygen radical absorbance capacity) than pomegranates or blueberries. Its ORAC rating is an astonishing 1573 units per gram, compared to pomegranate's 105 or blueberries' 93:
In more good news, matcha boosts metabolism and burns fat. At the same time, it doesn’t raise blood pressure or heart rate like most energy beverages.