Northwestern University know their students are currently braving the cold Illinois winter temperatures.  The Influenza Epidemic risk has spread to the Northwestern Campus and has parents of college students concerned. One of the most serious concerns about living on the Evanston, Illinois campus is the risk of serious illness due to the large student population of 8,475 as of 2013. Many parents are concerned over how best to protect their college students from the flu virus while away at college.

Northwestern University college students remain focused on the educational path and don’t always have time to make eating a balanced diet a top priority.  Parents can help ensuring their students are eating enough antioxidant rich fruits and vegetables. The stronger their immune system, the better their chance of fighting off colds and flu. Many parents will ship their kids a high antioxidant health solution like XO Healthy Chocolate.

The many health benefits of chocolate have been studied for many years as well as studied in prestigious medical journals.  Not all chocolate is the same.  Cold Pressed Chocolate is a high antioxidant chocolate that has not been heated or dutched like traditional chocolate.

Northwestern Students are eligible for the XO healthy chocolate Valentine’s Day care package special. Our Care package variety pack includes a small box of all four solid chocolate varieties of XO Healthy Chocolate sale priced for just $124.95 shipped through Valentines Day. My son who is a freshman in college enjoys the power square and Xobiotic chocolate. Even though his roommate was very ill with influenza, he remained healthy. I believe the increased antioxidants in the XO Chocolate made a difference.

Order the Northwestern University Student Care package Valentine’s Day Special at, or save 20% and receive free shipping on all of our other XO products including the Xe Healthy Energy Drink.

Lynette Henk is a mom of a freshman in college and XO healthy chocolate member. She can be reached at 941-216-5727, via email [email protected] or at her site