Chocolate and Health

That sheer pleasure and satisfaction of tasting a melting chocolate bar is not unknown. For centuries chocolate has been tickling taste buds of foodies around the world. Ever wondered why it engulfs your senses the way it does to arouse these feelings. A lot of research done in this area has shown the positive effects of chocolate on our mental and physical health.

Chocolate has been linked to the serotonin levels in the brain, which acts as an anti-depressant. Serotonin is a well known contributor of feeling of well-being and therefore known as "happiness hormone". Chocolate stimulates endorphin production, which gives a feeling of pleasure. Chocolate also contains theobromine, caffeine and other substances which are stimulants and hence helpful against fatigue.

Chocolate being a natural product, made from plants, regulates the production of flavnoids in the body. Flavanoids help in increasing the activity of nitric oxide in the body and ensure a healthy flow of blood in the arteries. Thus many studies support that moderate amount of dark chocolate helps regulate the blood pressure. Dark chocolate has also shown to reduce the bad cholesterol, thus improving the overall cardio-vascular health. Dark chocolate has also been said to reduce the possibility of a heart stroke when consumed regularly in small amounts.

So did you just read an advertisement of chocolate body polish in your nearest spa which left you in awe? Scientists have proved it is true. Chocolate contains anti-oxidants which reduces the rate of aging of your cells. No wonder it leaves you with glowing skin and healthy body.

As elucidated above there are numerous benefits of chocolates as a whole, however the best and the most known one is that IT TASTES GOOD. So you all chocolate lovers go on shun the guilty feeling... Sin and Indulge In Rich Chocolate.

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