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Reasons to Eat Chocolate
Do you really ever need a reason to eat chocolate?
They are only small.
I deserve a chocolate
I need a chocolate
I want a chocolate.
Surely eating chocolates with a charity connection contain no calories?
Chocolate Reduces high blood pressure - flavonoids in cocoa (procyanids) help balance blood pressure and reduce blood clotting.
Chocolate Improves blood flow to the brain - a University of Nottingham professor found that drinking cocoa drinks rich in flavanols improves blood flow to key areas of the brain for two to three hours.
Chocolate Boosts mood - The chemical phenylethylamine in chocolate has been found to trigger feelings similar to falling in love.
Improves blood sugar levels - Lisa C. Cohn, R.D., President of the Park Avenue Nutrition Spa in NYC, wrote that flavonoids in pure dark chocolate are responsible for these added benefits.
Reduces risk of heart attack - a researcher from the John Hopkins University School of Medicine said that eating a few squares of dark chocolate every day may reduce your risk of dying from a heart attack by almost 50%.
Helps ease chronic fatigue syndrome - a study found that adults with chronic fatigue syndrome who eat 1.5 ounces of 85% cocoa dark chocolate were less fatigued after they eat chocolate.
Raises HDL cholesterol and lowers LDL cholesterol - a Penn State study found that diets high in cocoa powder and dark chocolate (with high flavonoid content) are related to lower LDL (bad) cholesterol levels when compared with diets low in flavonoids such as tea, wine, coffee, and onions.
Chocolate Improves processing of blood sugar - an Italian study found that dark chocolate consumption increased the body's metabolism of blood sugar and may reduce the risk of diabetes.
Chocolate Eases a persistent cough - a UK study found that theobromine, a component in cocoa, may be more effective as a cough medicine than standard drug treatments.
Eating chocolate increases the production of serotonin, a natural antidepressant, and increases the release of endorphins in the brain.
It's a vegetable! Chocolate is made from cocoa beans and sugar cane or sugar beet which are all vegetables. It must be healthy.
If you love chocolate, banning it completely can make you feel deprived - allowing yourself a piece of quality chocolate now and again can make all the difference between sticking to your diet and binging uncontrollably.
It smells good, tastes good and always puts you in a good mood.
The word chocolate combines very well with many other words in any language of the world: chocolate cake, chocolate candy, chocolate yogurt, chocolate pudding, chocolate milk, chocolate butter, chocolate ice-cream.
It's something you can eat at any time of the day: in the morning, in the afternoon, at the end of the day, in the middle of the night.
It's something you can eat cold or hot, in the Winter or in the Summer.
It's the only addiction in the world that no one will want to get rid of. For a chocaholic, it's easier to give up coffee.
Chocolate is better than... Dark chocolate creates an intense buzz that is said to be better than the thrill of a passionate kiss!
Great For Your Skin. For hundreds of years, cocoa butter has been a celebrated skincare treatment, but recent studies show that eating chocolate can improve skin quality and reduce wrinkles.
Helps You Lose Weight Chocolate is a natural appetite suppressant and curbs your cravings for junk food. Chocolate has chemicals that block the cravings for sweets that often kick off the vicious overeating cycle.
Healthy Mouth It is important to note that dark chocolate products are the most beneficial for all areas of health, including oral health. Several studies indicate that chocolate can benefit the mouth.
Stacks of Snacks conveniently fill up that lovely box at work, I would hate to disappoint them and not eat any.
Seriously, do I really need a reason to eat chocolate?