You have already read about the benefits of Dark Chocolate well I have found out that researchers suggests that the proteins in the milk in "Milk Chocolate" bind the antioxidants, making them less easily absorbed by the body. So all you "Chocolate Lovers" take heed that it's important to keep in mind that you can consume a majority of these antioxidants benefits from blueberries, apples and grapes and most vegetables including broccoli, greens and onions.
So if you really love chocolate than these common sense tips can help you indulge safely:
* Restrict your intake to dark organic chocolate which contain the most flavonols and avoid dangerous processing procedures * The best would be raw cocoa which is relatively bitter because it has no sugar in it
* Consume chocolate in moderation
* Hold off on chocolate if you are struggling with a serious disease---remember that all chocolate contains lots of sugar, which depresses your immune system.
So I thank you for reading my article and watch for more information about nutrients in food and their benefits to your health.
Research about chocolate and eat in moderation. Visit libraries, book stores and any other retail store where they sell books to gain more knowledge about chocolate and their benifits to the human body.
Chocolate comes in various forms so look at labels for contents and how many grams of sodium, fat and sugar etc,.
If you have a serious illness like blood pressure the sodium content can give you higher blood pressure, increase your cholesterol or raise your sugar-glucose,so read and find out it worth your time and effort.