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Dr. Holly
Dr. Holly
Chocolate – it comes from the seed of the cocoa fruit. It can be terrifically harmful OR incredibly beneficial

Determining Factors:
– Where it is grown
How it is grown
– What species is it
How it is harvested
– How it is processed
What is added to it

chocolate-roseMyths & Misconceptions:
– Chocolate is unhealthy and puts on weight
– Store bought chocolate usually is and does
– Real 100% chocolate has over 1200 molecules and over 300 nutrients and is an incredibly nutrient dense food and can help you lose
weight
– Chocolate is fattening so buy the 72%, 80%, 90% pure chocolate
– These chocolate have had the incredibly beneficial cocoa butter taken out – it is full of DHAs, EPAs – the good fats the body
requires for the brain and to counteract inflammation
– The process of eliminating these incredibly important fats kills most of the anti-oxidants that the chocolate is then marketed for
– Chocolate is full of sugar
– The unhealthy store bought chocolate is full of sugar which is very toxic to the body and to the brain
– Real 100% chocolate doesn’t have all the sugar because the cocoa butter in the chocolate is sweet – although good healthy
chocolate does tend to have a bit of bitter taste to it
– Chocolate is unhealthy
– Actually, real chocolate can help fight: cancer, depression, diabetes, heart issues, weight issues, dental
issues, gut issues, and a wide variety of other issues

So you have a choice: Do you want to harm your health and figure with this kind of chocolate:
or benefit your health with this:

You can get Xocai chocolate at: http://www.choicesunlimited.ca/xocai-inquiry/

Here’s to your health!
For more information, contact: Dr Holly at holly@choicesunlimited.ca
Disclaimer: This article is provided for general information only, and is not a substitute for the medical advice of your own doctor or other health care professional. The writer or publisher is not responsible or liable for any
diagnosis made by a reader based on the content of this article. Always consult your own health care practitioner.