Chocolate content of 70% is the minimum to have a beneficial effect. However, the type of sugar can have a negative effect on your health and leads to Type II diabetes. Chocolate should be treated like a daily pill, from nature.
Chocolate was characterized as "food of the gods" when the Spaniards discovered it.
The amount of hours cocoa beans are ground will determine the amount of nutrients surviving this perilous journey into a chocolate bar.
Chocolate is an appetite suppressor.
Physical and mental contentment is quick and euphoric. Think stomach.
Solution to adrenal burnout (aches, fatigue, nervousness, can't sleep and digestive problems): eat a piece of chocolate.
Instead of a coffee [140mg caffeine], try hot chocolate [20mg].
Contains vitamins and minerals including: manganese, fiber, iron, copper, selenium, phosphorus, and potassium.
Flavinoids found in chocolate helps your arteries to relax, improves blood flow and prevents blood clots.
Compounds in chocolate fight bad cholesterol, lowers risk of heart attack, stroke, and heart failure.
Increases blood flow to the brain and triggers endorphins release.
Helps prevent diabetes, people eating chocolate containing sugarcane natural once a day.
Polyphenols [micro-nutrients] in chocolate reduced insulin resistance.
Reduces stress, improves our mood by increasing serotonin and endorphins levels in our brain.
Pregnant women eating chocolate during pregnancy give birth to more stress-free babies.
Theo-bromine in chocolate strengthens tooth enamel.
Chocolate is a probiotic food.
Anti-inflammatory properties, loaded with antioxidants, boosts energy.
Improves your mental ability, and your verbal fluency.
A day-long appetite satisfier.
Protects your skin from sun-induced activity.
Chocolate is a preventive nutritional supplement.