Food & Drink Review

Vivid Matcha: 14 Day Brain Box Challenge

I am a Green Tea fanatic, I cannot function in the morning without Green Tea, in particular, Matcha Green Tea to be precise. If you’ve caught any of my previous tea posts you’ll know there’s a brand close to my heart.

Enter Vivid Matcha.

An innovative brand which was founded by Matcha fanatic James Shillcock this quirky but fantastic tea-on-the-go concept is perfect for those with a busy lifestyle. Having previously tried the Think Vivid Matcha challenge the iced tea cartons were a firm favourite of mine and accompanied me to the gym, to meetings and even to Turkey last year.

Vivid Matcha 14 day challenge

New for this year Vivid Matcha have just launched the Brain Box which is a 14-day plan designed to limber your brain up to help you get the most out of the power of your mind. With 14 individual sachets of Matcha and a 14-day brain booklet bursting full of facts, puzzles and recipe ideas there’s plenty to keep your brain entertained.

These individual servings are perfect for throwing in your bag if you’re always on the go or on the move like I am. The single sachets are no mess, no fuss. With your brain absorbing 20% of all your energy it’s important to fuel it well and with the amazing properties of Matcha, you’re certainly onto a winner with Vivid.

Matcha is a ceremonial tea originating from ancient China and contains natural caffeine, this improves cognition and L-theanine which is an amino acid. It’s absolutely essential to ensure you have a great level of L-theanine in your body as not only does it keep your mind relaxed yet alert it also is a slow-release energy boost. In addition to this, not many people know that it’s fantastic for post-gym workouts as it helps fuel muscle repair and in studies, it has been shown to help reduce the risk of cancer. It’s certainly super and these little sachets contain this all important amino acid!

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Available from Holland & Barratt this brain box is not just for drinking. Recently I’ve had an obsession with a clean pancake breakfast which if you eat a gluten-free diet like I do or if you’re looking for a healthier alternative for breakfasts then this is a great wake-me-up.

These pancakes are easy to make and contain less than 150 cals per pancake. They’re absolutely delicious and are a great way to start the day!

To make 1 pancake mash one banana with a fork, crack an egg and mix thoroughly when a thick paste add the sachet of Vivid Matcha and continue to mix. Heat a frying pan, oil with coconut oil and pour the mixture into the pan, allow it to spread like a pancake, flip it when cooked on one side and serve with fresh fruit. Then sit back and enjoy!

I’ve used the Brain Box for 14 days alongside completing the puzzles and I certainly feel that my mental alertness has vastly improved. It’s great to take the time to try and improve your mental alertness.

Are you thinking about trying matcha for the first time? We’d love to know all about your Vivid Matcha experiences in the comments section below. As always, if you have found this article of any value we’d absolutely love for you to share this with your friends and family across social media and beyond.

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Laura is an award-winning entrepreneur with a passion for all things luxury. With a penchant for travel, her favourite destinations are Vegas and Ibiza. Catch her at the latest bar opening with a cocktail in hand followed by mornings in the gym. She dotes on her little Jack Russell, Ziggy and has an unhealthy Instagram obsession. Home interiors continue to grow as a passion and she absolutely loves shopping for all things fashion and beauty too.


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