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Sunday, February 19, 2017

Research on hot chocolates

Chocolate has been drunk for thousands of years, most archeologists agree, but it was the Mayans who really got the ball rolling by developing savory chocolate drinks.

These days, hot chocolate is a heated beverage that contains chocolate or cocoa powder, heated milk or water and sugar.

Latest research on chocolate focuses on the antioxidants present in its chemical base. Antioxidants seem to protect against heart disease, especially originating LDLs and some cancers.

Hot chocolate is thought of as longtime, popular drink for pleasure and for all ages. But medical researchers are discovering that hot chocolate boast health benefits that may boost longevity, thanks to the disease-fighting antioxidants in the cocoa.

Harvard Medical School research indicates that drinking 2 cups of hot chocolate per day helps preserve brain health and preserve brain decline in older people.
Research on hot chocolates

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