Post Graduate Diploma in Holistic Healthcare, PG Diploma Clinical research, Diploma in Medical Writing, MSc Biotechnology
You correctly answered out of 5 questions
Eating chocolate reduces the risk of which of these diseases?
1 of 5
Dark chocolate is rich in compounds that prevent the oxidation of LDL (or good cholesterol), consequently preventing cholesterol from blocking the arteries and thereby reducing the risk of heart diseases.
Dark chocolate with a high percentage of cacao (50-70%) is good for you
2 of 5
Dark chocolate with high cacao content has numerous health benefits. Studies show that people who consumed small amounts of dark chocolate with 50% cacao content had witnessed a reduction in blood pressure levels, while those who had dark chocolate with 60% cacao experienced improved blood flow and blood pressure.
Chocolates are a rich source of caffeine
3 of 5
Even though chocolate can give you that energy boost, the caffeine content of chocolate is not very high. A glass of chocolate milk or 40gms of chocolate contains just about 6mg of caffeine, which is equivalent to a cup of decaffeinated coffee.
Which of these is dark chocolate rich in?
4 of 5
Dark chocolate is highly nutritious, and apart from the above mentioned nutrients, it's also a rich source of potassium, manganese, zinc, phosphorus and selenium.
Eating chocolates regularly is going to make you fatter
5 of 5
Well, this is entirely dependent on the amounts of chocolate you consume in a week. In fact, research conducted by the National Institute of Health suggests that consuming small amounts of chocolate for about 5 days a week can be connected to a lower BMI, even if you don't exercise at all and consume more calories.