For years we’ve heard eating chocolate is not good for you. But there is good news for dark chocolate lovers. On top of being delicious, dark chocolate is rich in fiber, iron, magnesium, copper, manganese, and other minerals that are good for your health.
Dark chocolate has the ingredient cocoa bean, that is rich in flavants, and antioxidants that prevent damage to the cells and organs. It can help to avoid against heart disease, keep cholesterol from accumulating in the blood level and improve blood flow. It also improves the function of the brain. The cocoa acts as stimulants like caffeine and theobromine, which can enhance brain function in no time.
With 70 percent cocoa, dark chocolate can also be used as a skin regiment. It contains bio- active that is great for the skin. The flavonoids protect against sun damage, improve blood flow to the skin and increases skin density, hydration, complexion, and it also absorbs UV light.
Though dark chocolate is good for you, it should be eaten in small portions to get the antioxidants, while limiting the amount of calorie intake but take note that calories and fat can differ between brands.
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