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Bittersweet Health Facts about Chocolate

BITTERSWEET HEALTH FACTS ABOUT CHOCOLATE Studies say that eating a bit of chocolate each day may cut your odds of heart attack and stroke. Here's why... For centuries, cocoa-rich chocolate has been known not only for it's taste, but also for it's health effects. BY TROBLES COCOA In FACT, it's not the chocolate that benefits your health, it's the main ingredient called Flavonoids Cocoa is the non-fat component of finely ground cocoa beans Flavonoids and Antioxidants, which are known to reduce inflammation in the body. Chocolate is a mix of cocoa, butter, Cocoa is loaded with sugar, and other ingredients combined to create a solid food product Inflammation is linked to a number of chronic diseases, including diabetes, heart disease, stroke and cancer. DARK CHOCOLATE CONTAINS MORE COCOA, MAKING IT THE HEALTHIEST TYPE MILK CHOCOLATE IS MIXED WITH ČONDENSED MILK OR MILK POWDER, REDUCING THE AMOUNTOF COCOA WHITE CHOCOLATE IS MADE FROM THE FATTY PART OF THE COCOA BEAN, WHICH CONTAINS NO FLAVONOIDS AT ALL How to indulge responsibly Choose Dark Chocolate With A Limit Yourself To Cocoa Content Of At No More Than Least 70/% 302 Sources: Health Central Cocoa is what gives chocolate its color

Bittersweet Health Facts about Chocolate

shared by HealthCentral on Jul 20
As if you needed more reasons to love it, here is an inside look at exactly why chocolate (in moderation) can be very good for you.





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