Jukka Valkonen, RN, PH
Halloween is over, and there always appears to be some sort of candy and chocolates around. Somehow these tempting extra calories seem to lead and follow us through Thanksgiving, Christmas, the holidays and into the New Year. While most of these sugary treats aren’t the most healthy things we can eat, some chocolates may be beneficial, even good for you
Dark chocolate may have the following health benefits:
Protection from Disease-Causing Free Radicals.
Potential Cancer Prevention.
Improved Heart Health.
Good for Overall Cholesterol Profile.
Better Cognitive Function.
Blood Pressure and Blood Sugar Aid.