Dark chocolate relieves fatigue and boosts brain power
Especially for urban beauties nowadays, the pace of life is getting faster and faster, and it is inevitable to be over-fatigued. Some experts say that eating more black chocolate can relieve fatigue. This is because black chocolate has a unique taste and has the effect of reducing fatigue. British research shows that black chocolate contains high levels of "polyphenols", which can help improve the level of serotonin in the brain and relieve chronic fatigue. Dr. Ste-ve Atkin of the Hull York Medical College in the United Kingdom invited 10 patients with chronic fatigue to do a study. Some patients ate black chocolate every day, while the rest ate blackened white chocolate. One month later, the researcher switched the two groups of chocolates and ate for another two months, and found that the patients who ate black chocolate felt less tired, but felt more tired after stopping. Other functions of black chocolate are said to include boosting brain power, enhancing physical endurance, analgesia, and improving sexual function.
Dark chocolate prevents obesity
According to a comparison test between healthy and diabetic groups, the results show that dark chocolate and blueberries are beneficial to health, especially helping to prevent diabetes and obesity.
Swedish Daily reported that according to a study by Karolinska Institutet in Sweden, according to a comparison test between healthy and diabetic groups, the results showed that dark chocolate and blueberries are beneficial to health, especially helping to prevent diabetes and obesity. Karolinska Institutet will further conduct a study on the impact of dietary time and environment on diabetes in this fall. At present, the number of diabetic patients has increased significantly, and there are about 370,000 people with diabetes in Sweden.
Eating dark chocolate can lower blood pressure
German researchers have found that eating a small amount of dark chocolate every day can help lower blood pressure without increasing weight. The study, published in the recently published journal of the American Medical Association, stated that regular consumption of a small amount of dark chocolate can lower blood pressure. Prior to this, studies have found that cocoa-rich foods such as dark chocolate are beneficial to the heart, but researchers have worried that the sugar, fat and calories in chocolate will offset the benefits provided by cocoa ingredients.