Aside from the sweet tooth's cravings and that nice feeling while munching on a bar of chocolate, experts have now more evidences that chocolates are not only good for speaking your heart out, but keeping it healthy as well.
In lieu with exploring how we can halt the dwindling cocoa production, researchers at Bangor University have come up with an amazing discovery: wild mangoes (Mangifera sylvatica), can be a new cocoa butter alternative.
A new study revealed that replacing cocoa butter with electric shock during the chocolate production could lead to a healthier and tastier chocolates.
For those who love coffee, and chocolate but feel guilty taking another sip or bite, fret not. Two new studies show that drinking red wine and coffee as well as snacking on dark chocolate is actually good for your gut.
There's some good news for health-conscious chocolate lovers. According to a recent study, snacking on dark chocolate could boost your endurance and performance during exercise and other athletic activities.
When choosing your chocolate fix, you might want to go for either cacao nibs or dark chocolate--for health reasons.
Researchers recently revealed that cacao trees are older than previously thought. This suggests the trees may have enough genetic diversity to meet growing chocolate demands.
Chocolate may be the key to lowering heart disease and stroke risk, according to a new study.
School cafeteria bans on chocolate milk decreased sales but generated more waste, according to a recent study.