Thursday, June 14, 2012

Eat Chocolate for a Higher IQ

There is very good news for people who love chocolate: this delicious dessert does more than lighten up your day. The so much loved chocolate is well known for its positive effects upon the human brain, thus now you have twice more reasons to eat as much chocolate as your heart (and brain) desires!

Chocolate contains a large amount of antioxidants, which make your brain function better. Also, in addition to boosting your intellectual capacity, antioxidants also help your body remain young and fresh for a larger period of time: thus double effect – youth for your mind and body.

In addition to that, chocolate is a source of caffeine, thus maintain your brain in a state of alertness for a longer period. Thus you will be able to stay focused for a more time, fact which will allow you to learn more things in a shorter period of time. Also, you will be able to solve problems which at a first view may seem difficult much faster than if you tried to solve them before eating a piece of chocolate.

Chocolate is called the ingredient which brings happiness because it increases the serotonin form your body. Thus, you will forget about your problems and worries or at least will see them in a more positive way. It is no wonder that after eating a piece of chocolate life seems simpler and much more fun.

If you choose to eat dark chocolate, the benefits your brain will have are even greater, as dark chocolate is a valuable source of fibers. Fibers, as you probably know are essential in having a good and healthy cardiovascular system. If the cardiovascular system works properly, then the brain will also work well.

So, a healthy brain, which functions properly, may start with a piece of chocolate. Also, an increased IQ and improved intellectual capacity can begin with the same piece of chocolate. This means that if you have until now avoided this delicious ingredient or you have taken it out because you are on a diet, you should put it back on your list of favorite foods, as its benefits are far more important than the few extra calories it brings.


Source White Market

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