Chocolate—much like the occasional glass of red wine—is one of those foods whose health benefits almost seem too good to be true. But while chocolate’s heart-healthy flavanols and antioxidant properties are backed up by science, its sourcing is where things can get problematic. At its origins, chocolate comes from the seeds of the cacao tree, ...
Halloween is around the corner, which means it’s almost that time of year that parents everywhere get to steal candy from their kids’ stash of sugary treats. They won’t miss a few of those mini Hershey’s chocolate bars, right?
[schema description]This indulgent chocolate milk will revitalize your morning routine. Packed with superfoods, it might just be more energizing than coffee.[/schema]
For most of us, a world without chocolate is a pretty bleak scenario. No candy bars. No brownies. No hot cocoa. The humanity!
Not sure if you believe the hype surrounding superfoods? Sure, they sound almost too good to be true, but ditch the skepticism—it’s time to become a convert.
It’s time to make the switch from chocolate to cacao, stat.
There’s a lot to love about the combination of chocolate and hazelnuts, but mass-market spreads are loaded with sugar (it’s the first ingredient!).
With so many diets to choose from, it seems like we’re often stuck in a food fight: gluten-free pitted against whole grains, vegans squabbling with Paleo devotees.
Our society is addicted to caffeine. From that first magical cup of coffee in the morning, to that mid-afternoon “I Can’t Get Past This Without A Nap Or A Miracle Or At Least A Latte” wall, caffeine is what gets us through most days. And like any addiction, it’s tough to beat.
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