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10 Proven Health Benefits of Dark Chocolate

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Many people resort to dark chocolate to bring a smile to their lips in times of stress, grief or delight, and in the midst of feeling joyful or bored, and science has now confirmed in a recent study that eating dark chocolate may reduce the incidence of depression by four times.
According to the Daily Telegraph, dark chocolate is nutritious and gets better with age.
According to a study conducted by University College London, University of Calgary, and Alberta Health Services in Canada, just 1.3 percent of individuals who ate chocolate – 12,000 people – showed signs of depression, compared to 7.6 percent of those who did not.

And that’s not all; experts have confirmed that dark chocolate is good for the heart, blood circulation, and brain, and that it may also help with major health problems like autism, obesity, and diabetes. The newspaper examined ten health benefits of Dark chocolate, all of which were scientifically proved, according to the publication.

1- It’s good for your heart and vascular system.


Dark chocolate was found to help restore artery elasticity and prevent white blood cells from clinging to blood vessel walls in a 2014 study, both of which are typical causes of clogged arteries.

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Dark Chocolate


2- Reduce your chances of having a stroke


Dark chocolate consumption lowered the risk of stroke by 17 percent on average among the males who were examined, according to Finnish researchers.

3- minerals abound


Dark chocolate is high in essential elements including potassium, zinc, and selenium, and a 100-gram piece has 67 percent of the daily iron allowance and recommendation.

4- Lower your cholesterol levels.


Cocoa eating has been shown to lower dangerous cholesterol levels while increasing HDL cholesterol levels. As a result, the risk of cardiovascular disease is reduced.

5- Healthy for the skin


Although the flavonols in dark chocolate protect the skin from the sun’s damaging rays, some sunscreens should still be used.

6- Weight loss assistance


According to neuroscientist Will Clauer, putting a little piece of good dark chocolate on the tongue twenty minutes before a meal triggers hormones in the brain, making you feel full and helping you lose weight.


7- It is beneficial to both mothers and babies


Dark chocolate reduces stress in pregnant women, according to a Finnish study, and children of chocolate-eating moms smile more than children of non-chocolate-eating mothers.

8- Diabetes can be avoided


It may appear absurd! However, because cocoa has been found to improve insulin sensitivity, eating dark chocolate in moderation may help to delay or avoid diabetes.

9- advantages for the brain


Flavonols are thought to help prevent memory loss in the aged, while dark chocolate’s anti-inflammatory characteristics have been proven to help cure brain injuries like concussion.

10- You are in a better mood


Phenylethylamine, found in dark chocolate, is the same chemical released by the brain when a man falls in love with a woman.

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