Touch it, Smell it, Taste it
Touch it, smell it, taste it and you will quickly understand why chocolate was called the 'Food of the Gods'.It is hard to believe that this delicious concoction of cocoa butter, sugar and milk that melts in the mouth and stimulates so many senses can also be good for us. Yet new research shows that, far from the common perception that everything that tastes good somehow must be bad for us, chocolate is a veritable cocktail of potentially protective substances.
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