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Re: Where is the proof of harm? Man's 3000 year history of cocoa use
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Re: Where is the proof of harm? Man's 3000 year history of cocoa use

You may not be correct - you should back down a little bit from your aggressive statements, because the fact is - YOU didn't run these experiments, so therefore you are only repeating something. Why make such strong statements about it? You must have something at stake here...

I also am not running any of these experiments, but just putting it out there lightly stating my own personal experience with it - it's not as if I'm trying to make an ass out of myself by stating something is "IN FACT THE ABSOLUTE BEST THING THAT EVER HIT THE PLANET" which would be the similar contrast to your joke of a response. Raw food extremists? Puulease... now you just sound like a fool.

Consider the following: Experimental provings of chocolate by Homeopaths indicate its stimulating effect when cooked. One experiment conducted with a decoction of roasted ground cacao beans in boiling water produced an excitement of the nervous system similar to that caused by black coffee, an excited state of circulation, and an accelerated pulse. Interestingly, when the same decoction was made with raw, unroasted beans neither effect was noticeable, leading the provers to conclude that the physiological changes were caused by aromatic substances released during roasting.


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