Genmaicha is a tea made by hybridizing green tea and roasted glutinous rice, which has a unique savory aroma and taste. In Japan, people generally drink it after meals because the roasted mixture makes the flavor and taste more pronounced and rich.
In the 20th century, our lives have been considerably distorted in the competition for consumer power. We have become surrounded by a diet full of sugary foods. Coffee with milk and sugar, black tea with milk and sugar.... Everything has sugar in it!
The common language is that the key to regaining our health is to at least rethink our old eating habits.
In Japan, Japanese tea has recently been getting a lot of attention for its health and beauty benefits. Green tea acts on the kidneys due to the caffeine it contains. It works to dilate blood vessels, increasing renal blood flow and thus reducing sodium reabsorption.
It also increases the amount of urine produced, which increases the frequency and number of urinations. The increase in the amount of urine allows the body to release waste products. As a result, swelling will be reduced and you will be able to maintain a healthy and neat body shape. The caffeine contained in rice tea can promote peristalsis of the intestines. In addition, the catechin contained in brown rice tea help to increase the number of good bacteria.By taking catechins, you can make it harder for viruses to attach to your cells.