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22 Reasons to Eat And Drink Dark Chocolate and Acai Daily, Regina Jeter

01 April 2010no comments Health

If you are concerned about aging successfully, dark chocolate, Açai berry and blueberry will assist.   What does it mean to “age successfully?” It simply means that most nutrients in dark chocolate, the Açai berry and blueberry helps (if taken daily) to:

  • Provide  nutrients to the cells for proper functioning
  • Helps the immune system  operate efficiently
  • Provides ample antioxidants to fight free radicals
  • Strengthens the cardiovascular system
  • Aids the brain and nervous systems
  • Provides energy
  • Giving the body and mind a sense of well-being.

Here are 22 exciting reasons to eat and drink dark chocolate and açai:

1. More Nutritious

2. Contains Fiber

3. Balances Cholesterol

4. May Aid Weight Loss

5. Scavenges Free Radicals

6. Provides the Building Block of Cells

7. May Reduce Blood Pressure

8. Lowers Bad Cholesterol

9. Supports Vascular System

10. Improves Insulin Level

11. Supplies the Body with Crucial Minerals

12. Is Chock-full of Antioxidants

13. Repairs and Restores Other Antioxidants

14. Fights Pathogens

15. Is Rich in Polyphenols

16. Cleanses and Detoxifies

17. Protects the Body’s 75 Trillion Cells

18. Fights Inflammation

19. Supports Mental Function

20. Provides Omega-3 Fatty Acid

21. Protects the Heart

22. Boosts Sense of Well  Being

Most store-bought chocolate has been stripped of flavonols and phytonutrients and loaded with chemical additives.  Only unprocessed, healthy dark chocolate (more than 70% cacao) yields these marked health benefits.  Xoçai is “The Healthy Chocolate”.

If you would you like to taste this healthy chocolate or are interested in a business opportunity, contact Regina Jeter, Xoçai Distributor, at 301-502-4403 or visit website.

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.  This information and product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.




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