3 Health Benefits of Dark Chocolate

February 08, 2020

3 Health Benefits of Dark Chocolate

Dark chocolate (70% cocoa and/or greater) has a plethora of health benefits for all body systems.  Here are just a few:
  1. elevates mood
  2. strengthens the heart & blood vessels
  3. increases blood flow
All 3 conditions create favorable conditions for healing skin and hair growth because:
  • a positive mood equates to less stress i.e. lower cortisol levels, and hence less cortisol-induced protein destruction.
  • a stronger heart and vasculature AND vasodilation contribute to increased blood flow (through vasodilation), hence increased oxygen & nutrient delivery AND waste/toxin removal.

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In the meantime, here are our product recommendations to add some spice to your life:

  • Caliente Series Hair & Body Buttercreams (Cinnamon and/or Chocolate).
  • Muri Series Hair & Body Buttercreams (i.e. Kanda, Kem, Kemet, Khona, Rwenzori, Iteru)
  • Bath Duos (8 fl. oz. Detangling Shampoo / Body Wash AND a 4 oz. cream of similar or the same fragrance).

 All 3 categories are irresistible, magnetic, and designed for the lover in you !

Until next time, enjoy your day !

Good Hair Good Body® LLC

 





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