Dark Chocolate (Cacao) is For Your Appetite

Dark Chocolate (Cacao) is For Your Appetite

Dark Chocolate (Cacao) is For Your Appetite

Yes, that’s right! Raw chocolate actually has appetite-suppressant properties and often added to weight loss products to help control hunger! Simply enjoy a couple of Raw CHOC’s or add half a teaspoon of raw chocolate powder to a teacup of tepid water 20 minutes before a meal for a delicious, natural way to reduce your appetite.

Aphrodisiac

Chocolate has long been the food for lovers and is a symbol of sensuality and sexuality. The ancient Aztecs gave chocolate as wedding presents and other South American civilizations believed that chocolate was the food of the heart. Raw chocolate from South America has to be the best chocolate aphrodisiac around!

Sense of well being

Long considered a ‘happy food’, chocolate is a popular treat when we need ‘cheering up’, recent research has discovered that cacao contains chemicals which are scientifically proven to be present in the brains of people when they are happy, more relaxed, playful and creative.

*The content of this page is provided for educational purposes only, and should not be considered as medical advice. It is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice.

http://www.sweetriot.com/cacaofun/health_facts.php

Moral of the story – eat lots of chocolate!

 

Sarah Endline

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Sarah is an advocate of socially responsible business and cacao and has spoken at elite conferences and events around the world including Harvard Business School, Whole Foods, the University of Michigan, Net Impact, The Leadership Gathering, AIESEC, the South by Southwest Interactive Festival, and the GEL Design Conference.

 

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