What does the impact of flavanoids have on colon cancer? Studies on flavanol dietary intake and the impact they have on colon cancer has been ongoing for years and the results could be considered a toolkit to preventing this disease. One study completed in 2009 showed that certain types of flavanols (quercetin, epicatechin, and catechin) […]
Science continues to discover just how inflammation in the body affects human health. We’ve heard about ‘gum health and heart disease’
There is sufficient evidence in the science and medical world showing that diets rich in phytochemicals contributes to the reduction of oxidative stress and free radical damage that leads to certain types of cancers, heart diseases and neurodgenerative diseases.
The American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) has been studying how chocolate may play a role in cancer prevention because of the natural occurring flavanoids that are present in cacao. Phytochemicals are naturally occurring chemicals found in plants and chocolate is very high in one phytochemical called flavanoids.
The Western Diet is directly related to how women experience menopausal symptoms because it is high in fat and low in fiber. Cultures like the Japanese don’t even have a word for ‘hot flashes’ and studies have shown that their diets are rich in fiber and low in fat. You can breeze through menopause if you make changes to your diet.
Raw, cold pressed Gourmet Healthy Chocolates contain many vitamins and minerals that are high in antioxidants as well as flavanoids. Exactly what makes gourmet healthy chocolate healthy, and what’s the big deal anyway? Learn just how healthy these chocolate are for you.