MATCHA + EVOO = Antioxidant Boom

MATCHA + EVOO = Antioxidant Boom

Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) is known as one of the healthiest oils in the universe. Can it truly support longer + healthier lives? Whole, pure foods from the earth make us giddy. So, we're finding ways to integrate this functional staple AM thru PM. 

MATCHA TOSS [ Easy Salad + Dressing ]

1 cup of spouts 
1 tbsp LAKA Matcha
1 tbsp Extra Virgin olive oil
1 full lemon for juice
Pinch of pure sea salt

- - Additions - -
Spices like paprika + fennel
Splash of sweet with orange juice or raw honey dirzzle
Veggies and fruit your heart desires
Fresh lean protein or nuts


EVOO is the highest quality olive oil because it is extracted from the olive fruit without the use of any heat or chemicals. Regular olive oil is refined and stripped of important nutrients.


Over 30 types of phenolic compounds (antioxidants) help protect the body against free radicals that cause cell damage and contribute to disease and aging. It Phenolic compounds are also thought to aid in glucose metabolism and improve the sensitivity and effectiveness of insulin. 

Primarily made up heart healthy monounsaturated fat (approximately 73%), shown to reduce chronic inflammation, blood pressure, cholesterol and blood glucose levels. 

Rich in polyphenols, which may prevent bone loss with aging.


  • Of 840,000 subjects, those who ate the most olive oil were 9% less likely to have heart issues.
  •  An EVOO  enriched diet with nuts decreased the risk of type 2 diabetes by more than 50% and in fact possibly help normalize blood glucose in people who already have type 2 diabetes.
  • Those with the highest amounts of EVOO consumption had a 41% lower risk of stroke in one French study with similar findings from other.
  • Those on a high Extra Virgin Olive Oil diet suffered less cognitive decline (loss of brain function and memory) after a 6.5 year follow up.
  • Following 40,000+ Spanish subjects over 13.5 years, those with the highest olive oil intake were far less likely to die early.
  • Of 870 participants, the people who consumed the highest amount of EVOO had a 51% reduced risk of bone fractures. 


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