New Loma Linda University study shows dark chocolate consumption reduces stress and inflammation.
Encouraging new studies show that dark chocolate consumption can reduce stress and inflammation while improving mood, memory and immunity. According to Loma Linda University research,
“New research shows there might be health benefits to eating certain types of dark chocolate.” “While it is well known that cacao is a major source of flavonoids, this is the first time the effect has been studied in human subjects to determine how it can support cognitive, endocrine and cardiovascular health. “
Thankfully flavonoid rich chocolate is now available.
Instead of candy chocolate, look for dark chocolate with the flavonoid content clearly marked. My favorite flavonoid rich chocolate is the beyond power square. Each piece is 672 mg flavonoids which is significantly more than the 150-200 mg of flavonoids the average american eats every day. When searching for flavonoid rich chocolate at local health food stores in southwest Florida, I was unable to find any chocolate bars that list the amount of flavonoids. I stick with the chocolate that tells me the antioxidant and flavonoid content.
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Simple changes like changing your chocolate can help you reach your health goals. I eat 3-4 pieces of beyond chocolate every day. The studies continue to show how important flavonoids are for your health. In our busy lives with non-stop schedules, it is hard to find time to eat 5-7 servings of fruits and vegetables a day. Start including healthy chocolate today.
How chocolate is processed matters. If the chocolate you are eating is cooked or dutched for long periods of time which is traditional for chocolate, you will not see the high flavonoid content you need. If you are looking for a low calorie delicious chocolate that happens to be gluten free, diabetic friendly, vegetarian, keto and low sugar, you have found it. One piece is 35 calories, 1 gram sugar and 1 net carb.
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Loma Linda University Health, Press Release, New studies show dark chocolate consumption reduces stress and inflammation, while improving memory, immunity and mood, https://news.llu.edu/for-journalists/press-releases/new-studies-show-dark-chocolate-consumption-reduces-stress-and-inflammation-while-improving-memory-immunity-and-mood