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Diabetic Chocolate | Healthy Alternative and Great taste Too! Can You Have Chocolate If You Have Diabetes Top 7 Super Drink That Help Fight Diabetes Healthy Blood Sugar: Part 4 - Chocolate | John Douillard's LifeSpa Chocolate: Benefits vs. Dangers | Is Theobromine Safe? - Thomas DeLauer And Now the Good News #256: Cocoa Prevents Diabetes? Well, Sort Of . . . Health Benefits of Raw Cacao vs Cocoa Powder Breaking News - Grandfather, 68, claims to have cured his type 2 diabetes with dark chocolate and g Pure Cocoa. For high blood pressure and diabetes also alternative for Viagra s HOW TO make the BEST CHOCOLATE DESSERT RECIPE EVER! Heart Smart - Ketogenic KETO Diet Health Benefits of Dark Chocolate - latest research & science Superfoods for Your Diabetes Diet - ALMONDS and CHOCOLATE The Doctors Chocolate- helps balance blood sugar Eating dark chocolate may affect our blood pressure Snowstorms = Homemade Vegan Hot Cacao (No Sugar Or Additives) Keto Hot Chocolate 2 Ways | Low-Carb Hot Cocoa | Sugar-Free Hot Cocoa Is Chocolate Bad If You Have High Cholesterol? Dark Chocolate Improves Vascular Function, Decreases Inflammatory Markers a New Study Finds Is Dark Chocolate Healthy? | HealthiNation Magical Drink to Reduce CHOLESTEROL in 2 weeks Naturally || Works 100% || Homemade || Can you eat chocolate if you have diabetes ? Keto Chocolate Lava Cake | Low-Carb Molten Lava Cake | Diabetic Chocolate Cake Recipe 7 Awesome Health Benefits of Dark Chocolate Chocolate Could reduce risk of diabetes, heart disease | why is dark chocolate good for you Benefits Of Dark Chocolate? - AMAZING Benefits Of Dark Chocolate ! CACAO COMO REMEDIO NATURAL - COCOA AS A NATURAL REMEDY High Blood Pressure Is Not Problem - Foods Reduce Blood Pressure Blood Pressure Controlling 8 Natural Viagras for Men Continue reading >>

Nerve Damage From Folate/vitamin D; Cocoa Lowers Blood Sugar

Nerve Damage From Folate/vitamin D; Cocoa Lowers Blood Sugar

Nerve Damage from Folate/Vitamin D; Cocoa Lowers Blood Sugar Too Much Folate & Nerve Damage-- One quarter of American men and women have a gene variation which puts them at higher risk of nerve damage if consuming too much of folate (vitamin B-9) daily, according to a new study. Considering that most older Americans consume more than this amount (largely due to excessive supplement use) this should be a warning to many. For more details, see the "Folate" section of the B Vitamins Review >> Vitamin D Sweet Spot-- Having the right blood levels of vitamin D has many proven benefits, but too little and too much vitamin D can be problematic. A new study shows this also to be true in people with diabetes with regard to a type of nerve damage that can affect blood pressure and heart rate. For details see the "What It Does" section of the Vitamin D Review >> Cocoa Lowers Blood Sugar-- In addition to potential cardiovascular, memory, and other benefits, a new analysis shows that cocoa flavanols may reduce fasting glucose and improve insulin resistance. Get the details in the "What It Does" section of the Cocoa and Dark Chocolate Review >> If you are not already a member, join now. Can taking too much vitamin B-12 be dangerous? Which vitamins and mineral should be taken together or separately? See a listing of all current product reviews>> Join now to get access to upcoming and current Product Reviews. Trouble Viewing Member Content? Become a CL Member Some of the links in this newsletter take you directly to reports and features available only to CL members. If you are not a member, you can join instantly for immediate access. Please add [email protected] and [email protected] to your address book to help ensure our emails reach your inbox. This email was sent Continue reading >>

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Ashwagandha for Knee Osteoarthritis -- (12/17/2016) A new study in which people with mild knee osteoarthritis were given ashwagandha supplements daily showed significant improvements in pain and inflammation. For more details about this and other studies with ashwagandha, as well as our reviews of products, see the "What It Does" section of the Ashwagandha Supplements Review >> Vitamin D and Autism Risk -- (12/17/2016) Children whose mothers are vitamin D deficient during pregnancy are much more likely to have autistic traits by age six than those whose mothers have sufficient levels during pregnancy, according to a new study. Get the details, as well as our reviews of vitamin D supplements, in the "What It Does" section of the Vitamin D Supplements Review Cocoa for High Blood Pressure? -- (12/13/2016) A new study in which people with mild hypertension were given a cocoa beverage and dark chocolate daily for eight weeks found that it only helped lower blood pressure when people were taking certain blood pressure-lowering medications. For more details about this and other studies with cocoa and dark chocolate, as well as our tests and comparisons of products, see the "What It Does" section of the Cocoa Powders, Dark Chocolate, Extracts, Nibs & Supplements Review >> Vitamin D for Autism -- (12/13/2016) A recent study among young children with autism found that high-dose vitamin D reduced autism symptoms from moderate to mild. This is a preliminary study and more research is required. For details about this study and other uses of vitamin D, as well as our tests and comparisons of products, see the "What It Does" section Vitamin D Supplements Review Vitamin D Keeping You Up? -- (12/8/2016) A study of women given daily doses of vitamin D found that those who achieved the h Continue reading >>

Chocolate Good Or Bad?

Chocolate Good Or Bad?

70% dark chocolate, is helps regulate blood sugar, but it also has bromine and caffeine, and usually has sugar and milk. I cannot find any suitable chocolate bar to purchase (due to sugar and milk or soy content). What's the word on eating 70% or higher chocolate? if youre eating just 70% cocoa content then there is bound to be some cane sugar or maple syrup or other types of sugar in it...I have not found a chocolate bar that claims to be 70% or 95% cocoa without the remaining percentages containing something with sugar.......do you not like 100% dark? I eat chocolate from time to time, but my need is so low that I eat any kind I want when I do....... CausticSymmetry on Wed Jul 13, 2011 6:43 am Chocolate at 70% cocoa lowers blood sugar, go ahead and indulge. Very healthy. Full of antioxidants, and raises HDL significantly I believe. Don't worry about a small amount of added sugar. Yuck ... I tried it more than once, it's bitter. I have a 100% powder chocolate that I add to my protein shakes, with a banana or honey and that is perfect. CS, abc123, what about the bromine in chocolate. Eating some right now, have never had a problem in fact only positives I've noticed. When I had more money kicking around I used to make smoothies with almond milk, coconut oil, xylitol and cocao, soooo good. "Mass paranoia is a mode, not a melody" - Greg Graffin "When you're going through hell, keep going!" - Winstone Churchill If someone does have an adverse reaction to the sugar in good quality, dark chocolate, what health conditions might you ascribe to them CS? Amaranthaceae on Sat Jan 14, 2012 7:45 pm Cocoa is good stuff rich in antioxidants called proanthocyanidins, giving it the bitter taste, same kind of antioxidants exist in grape seeds, pine bark, berry pigments, cinnamon and ot Continue reading >>

More Father's Day Gifts That Will Benefit His Health

More Father's Day Gifts That Will Benefit His Health

More Father's Day Gifts That Will Benefit His Health Father's Day is always tricky unique gifts that really make a man happy are hard to come by. Why not go for something that will boost his health this year? Dark chocolate contains antioxidants, and studies have shown that eating chocolate with 70 percent cocoa lowers blood sugar levels and bad cholesterol. Red wine keeps the heart healthy bypreventingartery damage, and nuts are full of proteins and other goodies. Walnuts, which are packed full of antioxidants and omega-3 fatty acids, help fight cancer and increase male fertility. Why not put together a food basket with these and other really healthy but enjoyable treats for your dad (or your partner)? You could place your selected goodies in a nice, sturdy backpack the recipient can use to go camping or hiking. Read More: Ten Laws That Will Help You Survive Holidays With Your Family Juicer: A Neat Gadget That Benefits Everyone's Health Does the dad you're going to surprise love to tinker around in the kitchen? Is he a sporty kind of person who needs some quick energy before a workout? Or does he, perhaps, have some love handles that need fixing with the help of a subtle hint and a neat gadget? A juicer is an easy way to inject some much-needed vitamins into the whole family's life. Fruit and vegetable juices can be a tasty and healthy treat, but they can also serve as meal replacements (for one meal of the day, usually breakfast or lunch) for people who need to shed some pounds. Juicers never get boring almost all fruits and vegetables taste good as juice in combination with something, and you can find many recipes on the internet. If you end up giving someone a juicer for Father's Day, you could take the time to go through some recipes, print out ones that you think Continue reading >>

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