Justin’s Chocolate Hazelnut Butter Blend (6×16 Oz)
To preserve premium quality standards and fresh taste, all of Justin’s Nut Butters made in small batches. We use the highest quality natural and organic ingredients. Also, we assure that they are sustainably harvested and made from local areas to preserve the environment. Our small batch grinding process means that every batch will have a unique and slightly different taste from the last.
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Dark Chocolate in Moderation for Good Health Benefits
There are now even more reasons for chocolate lovers to rejoice! As more research news comes in about chocolate, the substance is moving from a unhealthy to an important health food. Chocolate has more than 300 chemicals, many of which have good health benefits. Many studies conducted by research centers and scientists show positive health benefits of chocolate. Also, dark chocolate contains several types of antioxidants that can negate free radicals and oxidative stress. Several studies have shown that regular eating of dark chocolate can reduce blood pressure, may lower bad cholesterol and has anti-inflammatory properties.
Cacao, the source of chocolate, contains antibacterial agents that fight tooth decay. Of course, the high sugar content of milk chocolate counteracts the antibacterial properties of cacao. Also, The smell of chocolate may increase theta brain waves resulting in relaxation. Research has that chocolate contains neuro-chemical which has mood lifting properties. Furthermore, the cocoa butter in chocolate contains oleic acid, a mono-unsaturated fat which may raise good cholesterol. Even more, drinking a cup of hot chocolate before meals may actually diminish appetite.
Dark Chocolate is Nutritional Powerhouse
Interestingly, men who eat chocolate live a year longer than those who don’t. The flavanoids in chocolate may help keep blood vessels elastic. Likewise, chocolate increases antioxidant levels in the blood. Interestingly, Mexican healers use chocolate to treat bronchitis and insect bites. Finally, the carbohydrates in chocolate raise serotonin levels in the brain resulting in a sense of well-being.
Plus, chocolate contains vitamins A, B1, C, D, and E, as well as potassium, sodium, and iron. So go ahead and indulge in a little chocolate, in moderation of course. Hence, you try to find organic chocolate and stay with darker chocolate because it has more chocolate flavanoids and less sugar.
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