I have an admission to make: I cherish chocolate. Be that as it may, on the opposite side I don’t feel alone doing that admission. Separated the way that chocolate is flavorful it’s great and sound from various perspectives. Here you get 5 wonderful motivations to eat chocolate EVERY DAY.
1. Dark chocolate protect the heart.
According to several studies, chocolate can protect against cardiovascular diseases. A study at San Diego State University showed that people who eat 50 gram of dark chocolate every day for two weeks lowered their blood sugar and had lower levels of bad cholesterol, in comparison to another group of people who didn’t eat dark chocolate. Another study, from Australia, involving 2000 people shows that a daily dose of dark chocolate can prevent heart attack’s.
2. Chocolate can protect your skin towards dangerous sunlight and improve your skin.
A German study on women showed that chocolate can work as a light sun protection and decrease the effects of UV light with up to 20 percent. It also improves your skin.
Source: The Journal of Nutrition.
3. Chocolate can be calming.
Eating chocolate and feeling calm. You’ve probably felt that connection. And now there is scientific evidence for that! According to a study from The Journal of Psychopharmacology, people who eat chocolate are calmer that people who don’t.
Source: Journal of Psychopharmacology.
4. Kind towards blood sugar.
According to studies at two institutes in Sweden milk chocolate and white chocolate, increase the content of blood sugar and the level of insulin. But dark chocolate have a very small effect on the level of insulin. That’s why dark chocolate is especially good for people who are overweight and for those who have diabetes.
Source: Karolinska Institutet.
5. Lower blood pressure.
Scientists at Yale University have discovered that theobromine, the bitter substance in chocolate, maybe is what keeping the blood pressure in order. A study showed that people who eat chocolate have a larger tendency having an even level of blood pressure.
Source: Yale University.