Statistics say that the average US citizen consumes about 12 pounds of chocolate every year. The global annual chocolate budget is somewhere around $75 million. Seeing how everyone prefers “normal” chocolate, it’s safe to assume that people spend only around $5 million or less on dark chocolate.
Experts fail to understand why, since this superfood is both delicious and an incredible repellent of radicals. With an ORAC score of 21,000, dark chocolate is junk food gone well. Not only that, unlike regular chocolate, dark chocolate improves heart functioning, cholesterol levels, weight loss, cognitive function, and blood pressure.
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