Looking for a Great Valentine’s Gift? Try Chocolate
If you’re worried that giving your Valentine a heart-shaped box of chocolates is an unimaginative way to express your feelings, you may not have all of the facts.
Chocolate – especially dark chocolate – is full of compounds that interact with the human body and produce a myriad of positive benefits. According to LiveScience.com, dark chocolate contains anti-oxidants that can thin blood, reducing the risk of clotting (just as aspirin does). Dark chocolate also can help fight chronic inflammation, improving heart health, and it helps protect against cell damage, lowering the risk of cancer. Chocolate may even lower blood pressure and improve circulation.
When you give chocolate, you may be giving the gift of a longer life – and that’s something many people would like to have.
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Happy Valentine’s Day!
From Hagen Financial Network
v The above material was prepared by Carson Group Coaching.