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How To Use Dark Chocolate As A Medicine

Good news for all chocolate lovers! From now on you shouldn’t feel any guilt when you eat your favorite chocolate. In many studies has been confirmed that dark chocolate is very beneficial for your health, and is loaded with nutrients.

“But don’t stop reading now so you can get your hands on chocolate. Since chocolate is also loaded with fat and sugar and is very high on calories. So it’s not a very smart idea to swap all your fruit snacks and veggie with chocolate. All you have to do is be smart and above all – moderate, pretty much like with everything else in your life.

When it comes to dark chocolate let your first choice be the one with at least 70% cocoa content. This kind of chocolate contains flavonoids and polyphenols, which are real protectors of your body from the harm caused by free radicals. Another very strong antioxidant is epicatechins, which can be found in raw cocoa. But compared to the previous two, it’s removed from commercial chocolate production due to bitter taste.

Your Natural Medicine – Dark Chocolate


1. Consuming dark chocolate makes you smarter:

It’s correct. An experiment has shown that a person who has a cup of hot chocolate in the evening have drastically increased (improved) brain function. This is achieved by increasing the blood flow in your heart and brain, so the whole cognitive function of your body improves.

2. You Look Younger With Dark Chocolate:

Many toxins and free radical can cause cell damage and one of visible signs is aging.

Since dark chocolate is very rich in antioxidants, it offers a great help in fighting this process of cell damaging. So, grab your chocolate and stay young!

3. Dark Chocolate is Very Beneficial For Your Heart:

Science has already confirmed that eating dark chocolate improves your blood flow, it prevents the risk from blood clots and it lowers your blood pressure. For the sake of your heart, eat dark chocolate 3 times a week.

4. Dark Chocolate Makes You Feel Better:

Other benefits of dark chocolate are; you feel more relaxed, calmer and generally in a better mood. Which is something that can’t be ignored right? Dark chocolate can get very useful in stressful situations or when in despair.

5. Dark Chocolate- Source Of Many Vitamins:

Dark chocolate supports good health since it contains many vitamins and minerals.

We will name some of them: iron, copper, magnesium, potassium. They all offer a great deal of protection from conditions such: high blood pressure, anemia, stroke and type two diabetes.

6. Cholesterol Reduction

Your cholesterol can be reduced with regular consumption of dark chocolate. It contains antioxidants that prevent artery damage caused by LDL cholesterol.

7. Soothing Cough With Hot Raw Chocolate

It is very wise to try hot cup of almond milk and raw cocoa when you are dealing with cough. It has a soothing effect due to theobromine, a substance which is found in chocolate that is similar to codeine.

8. Decrease Your Blood Pressure:

Chocolate as mentioned above contain flavonols, which lowers your blood pressure by helping your arteries to relax.

9. Stress Level is Reduced:

Magnesium is another compound found in dark chocolate, which helps lifting our spirit and feeling happier. And that is not all, your body and mind gets more relaxed due to compounds found in chocolate that lower your cortisol levels.

10. Protect Your Skin With Dark Chocolate:

UV rays can damage your skin, but flavonoids found in chocolate can protect it. It can not replace your sunscreen yet, so you still need it to protect you from the sun.

11. Natural Painkiller

When eating chocolate, our body produces pain relieving and calming endorphins.

So that is surely another reason why you should eat dark chocolate and at the same time try to keep it moderate. It has many beneficial properties as mentioned above, so good appetite!

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