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One of the most promising areas related to the healing properties of chocolate is dark chocolate for diabetics. Especially Type II diabetes, since complications of the disease affect not only the heart, but blood vessels, nerves, kidneys and eyes. Not any kind is good dark chocolate for diabetics A recent study done by Italian researchers suggests […]

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How can high flavonol dark chocolate help your skin? There are different types of skin problems. From skin cancers, to rough, dry, scaly skin, moles skin growths etc. A recent study from German researchers investigating the possible benefits of cocoa flavonols on the skin involved two groups of women. One group was given low flavanol […]

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Heart Failure and Dark Chocolate Good news, especially for women (although this may end up applying to men, too), dark chocolate helps your heart. We kind of knew this already. Dark chocolate has been shown in study after study to be good for cardiovascular health. Now a huge new study in Sweden is showing that […]

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Best Probiotic Supplement Delivery System As you are looking for the best probiotic supplement delivery system for the Lactobacillus, Streptococcus, Bifidobacterium and Bacillus groups you will want to discover this. Probiotics, a class of bacteria (or flora) that inhabit our gastorintestinal tract, perform a variety of functions necessary to maintaining health. Long consumed by people […]

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Nurses Mary B. Engler and Marguerite M. Engler from University of California at San Francisco did a study on the cardiovascular benefits of dark chocolate. Their study showed a connection between healthy dark chocolate rich in flavonoids — antioxidant plant compounds — and improved blood flow. The two became famous with many people inquiring if […]

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According to Dr. Daisy Sutherland from Florida, catechins and epicatechins are found in a variety of plant sources. The largest source of catechins in the human diet are found in chocolates,wine, teas and vegetables. Catechins also demonstrate antioxidant activities. Remember antioxidants are needed to remove the toxins from our bodies, but our bodies don’t make these […]

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