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Improve Your Health and Well-Being with Raw Chocolate


chocolate Improve Your Health and Well-Being with Raw Chocolate

Tuesday, November 11, 2008 by: Sheryl Walters (see all articles by this author)

(NaturalNews) Kit Kats, Snickers, Cadbury. We all know that chocolate is bad for us right? Wrong! Chocolate is actually one of the healthiest foods on the earth! Research is continually proving that chocolate is actually a super food. The problem is that most chocolate has been highly processed and heated, stealing all the nutrients.

Further, Many ingredients are added to chocolate which have a negative impact on our health. Sugar, for example, destroys the immune system, and causes diabetes, premature aging and other serious health complaints. Studies show that adding milk to chocolate cancels out all of the goodness. In addition, researchers have found that commercial chocolate can be contaminated with extremely high quantities of the toxic metal lead.

You may be asking yourself what is left if you can't have milk chocolate, dark chocolate or any sort of processed chocolate. Fear not, the absolutely delicious raw chocolate is taking the world by storm. You don't need to avoid chocolate this holiday season because you can have raw chocolate.

Raw chocolate is chocolate that has not gone through any sort of heating or processing, so all of the nutrients are still intact.

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For  a humorous look at eating chocolate see:  http://www.tbyil.com/chocolate.htm

 
 

 

 
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