Eating dark chocolates are good for the health.

@cielo05 (597)
Philippines
October 15, 2006 1:39am CST
Do you agree? I love dark chocolates.
32 responses
• United States
18 Oct 06
Really? I never heard that. I do like dark chocolate for some reason. I only eat like twice a month but how much is good for the health? do you know?
@cielo05 (597)
• Philippines
19 Oct 06
I really dont know how much but i know that i has an anti- oxidant. Thanks for the response.
@cielo05 (597)
• Philippines
30 Jan 07
You are right and I love it too. Thanks. Have a nice day.
@merkava (1226)
• Philippines
12 Feb 07
I think so. Chocolate has flavanoids, anti-oxidants and is a feel-good food which means when you eat it, it makes your body release Serotonin the "feel-good" hormone.
@cielo05 (597)
• Philippines
12 Feb 07
I agree with you. Thanks for your response. Have a nice day.
• Romania
11 Feb 07
I knew it was good for our health. :) It`s my favourite also. I love the one with 75% cocoa!
@cielo05 (597)
• Philippines
12 Feb 07
thanks for sharing. Have a nice day.
• Portugal
25 Jan 07
Hm i nerver read this anywhere but if you say i believe and now i have more one reason to eat chocolate :)
@cielo05 (597)
• Philippines
30 Jan 07
yes friend, it is true, so enjoy eating...thanks. Have a nice day.
@somits (21)
• Philippines
25 Jan 07
i love eating dark chocolates but im not aware that... thanks for the info.. i think dark chocolates are good to our health if not that much...thanks again
@cielo05 (597)
• Philippines
25 Jan 07
Anything that is consumed excessively is not good to our body. Enjoy eating....thanks. Have a nice day.
• United States
17 Nov 06
I love dark chocolates. I read somewhere that they did have health benefits, but I don't know if that is really true or not:)
@cielo05 (597)
• Philippines
25 Jan 07
Yes, they say it is, but dont over eat! We can't have too much of anything. Thanks. Have a nice day.
@shar_25 (1340)
• India
16 Nov 06
I dont care whether they are good or bad for health...I just can't resist them :)...they are so tasty, yummiee...ummm. my mouth is already watering...
@cielo05 (597)
• Philippines
18 Nov 06
good news, we will benefit from eating chocolates especially the dark ones.The A-list of antioxidants now includes chocolates. Antioxidants help protect the body from damage caused by pollution, pesticides, smoking, stress and processed foods. But we have to eat it in moderation, otherwise, we will store the excess as fats because chocolate is energy dense so you don't have to consume much of it. Thanks for responding.
@brckoba (795)
• United States
16 Nov 06
I think they are good for your heart, but bad for your teeth.
@cielo05 (597)
• Philippines
17 Nov 06
That's true. Thanks for the response and have a nice day.
@tusharb (3160)
• India
16 Nov 06
u r rite....
@cielo05 (597)
• Philippines
17 Nov 06
thanks for the response and have a nice day.
@lilaclady (28270)
• Australia
16 Nov 06
Chocolate - Proud Chocoholic blinkie
I will agree with you because I think you have an honest face....so I am going to go out and get some healthy food to eat...chocolate
@cielo05 (597)
• Philippines
17 Nov 06
Thanks for your response and have a nice day. oh yes thanks for the compliment too.
@meeoww (1174)
• United States
16 Nov 06
My sister has depression and dark chocolate levels her out when she's on a rampaage. I've heard that it raises the seratonin level or something like that in the brain.
@cielo05 (597)
• Philippines
17 Nov 06
Multiple observations suggest that seratonin, one of the abundant neurotransmitters, plays an important role in the regulation of mood and a key role in the treament of depression. Thanks for the response.
@achyuta (2854)
• United States
16 Nov 06
YEs it has anti-oxidants which is good. But almsot all chocolates have large amount of cocoa which is actually intoxicating. So effectively the overall result wont be good. That is if intake is more than 'once in a while' it would do mroe bad than good.
@cielo05 (597)
• Philippines
17 Nov 06
Yes you are right, anything taken excessively is bad for our health. Thanks for your response and Have a nice day.
• India
16 Nov 06
dark chocolates - dark chocolates
i dont think sooooooooooo
@cielo05 (597)
• Philippines
17 Nov 06
What can I say? Thanks for the response. Have a nice day.
@bookay (18)
• Sri Lanka
16 Nov 06
White Chocolate - white chocolate is yummier than the dark chocolate.
but i love to eat white chocolate. its really yummier than dark chocolate.
@cielo05 (597)
• Philippines
17 Nov 06
thanks for your response. have a nice day.
@2598567 (524)
• India
15 Nov 06
i love them
@cielo05 (597)
• Philippines
17 Nov 06
We're on the same side. Thanks for your response. have a nice day.
@tntvdm (186)
• United States
15 Nov 06
I agree, but it has to be the REAL dark chocolate, like the natural, hardly sweet, dark chocolate. Not the kind you get from Hershey's or other candy companies like that.
@cielo05 (597)
• Philippines
16 Nov 06
Thanks for that information and for the response. Have a nice day.
• United States
15 Nov 06
http://www.webmd.com/content/article/88/99702.htm Check that out for a good article on why dark chocolate is good for you. It is not antioxidants, it's some type of chemical that makes your blood vessels healthy and helps with cholesterol. =)
@cielo05 (597)
• Philippines
16 Nov 06
I'll check on that article. Thanks for the info and thanks for your response too.
@firewife (27)
• United States
15 Nov 06
Dark chocolate has always been my favorite. Even better since it is good for you. It is an acquired taste though. The majority of people I know don't like it as they say it is too bitter.
@cielo05 (597)
• Philippines
17 Nov 06
Yes you're right most poeple i've asked dont like the taste they said they prefer the sweet ones. Thanks for responding. Have a nice day.
• India
15 Nov 06
i really love to eat choclates but not dark ones.
@cielo05 (597)
• Philippines
16 Nov 06
Thanks for the response.
@ashutoshgl (1446)
• United States
12 Nov 06
its gud fr health or nt....i dont know.....bt i really lk it......
@cielo05 (597)
• Philippines
12 Nov 06
take it from me ,it is indeed healthy. Thanks for your response.