Have you ever thought how your favorite chocolate reached you when having a bite of it, mumbling its deliciousness? It’s a perfect blend of cream, milk and cocoa, mixed at its best to serve the consumer hence leaving a person to its wanting addiction of its taste.
The adaption to chocolate made many people make chocolate in a self satisfying style to eat & consume. As a part of nutrition, its verily very advantageous for blood-Pressure patients, reducing diabetes and controlling sugar level. It’s comprehended to be a very significant mood-up lifter too.
The world enjoys various brands of blended chocolates which are available accordingly for all. The Top ten are:
Chocolate: Good or Bad
Chocolate is actually a very ancient food source, used in the tropical rainforests of the American continents as a hot beverage derived from the seeds of the cacao tree. Both the Maya and the Aztecs of Central America were some of the earliest civilizations to make note of their chocolate consumption. Rather than going for the sweet treat that is loved and embraced by the modern world, these ancient peoples would mix ground up cacao seeds with spicy seasonings to make a frothy, warm drink. The story of how chocolate went from this random beginning to being the monumental sweet of today is a long one, but its multiple uses and presence all over the world is far more interesting. Lately people having been trying to figure out if this sinful treat is good or bad for you in a health sense. The truth is that it is probably a little of both, but many individuals like to take sides on the debate to start their own pro-chocolate or anti-chocolate factions. The choice is ultimately up to you!
What’s so bad about chocolate? Well, like most foods it is not exactly the chocolate itself that causes the problems but the source of the chocolate and of course its quantities. Theobromine is the bitter yet intense alkaloid that is found in the cacao plant (and a few others such as the cola nut) which is similar in its effects to that of caffeine. While humans can process theobromine, we know that some animals do not have sufficient capacity to metabolize it, making chocolate quite toxic to these select creatures. This should be cue enough for mankind to note that perhaps chocolate might not be “all that.”
Chocolate improves eyesight better than carrots
ISLAMABAD: A study adds to previous research that suggestseating dark chocolate can make your eyesight and brain sharper. You may have already heard that dark chocolate can lower your blood pressure and also appears to have a favorable effect on cholesterol levels, platelet function and insulin sensitivity.