Why Coco High?

Benefits of Chocolate

Lowering cholesterol levels.
Preventing cognitive decline.
Reducing the risk of cardiovascular problems.
It keeps your brain healthy & improve blood flow to the parts of the brain where it is needed.
Chocolate contains Fiber/ Iron and also has plenty of Potassium, Phosphorus, Zinc & Selenium.

Keeps your heartbeat rhythmic. Chocolate comes with lots of antioxidants, good for our heart.

Cocoa, key component of chocolate have more antioxidant activity, polyphenols and flavanols than any other fruits. Cocoa and dark chocolate have a wide variety of powerful antioxidant, flavonoids-helpful for one’s healthy heart. Flavanols are the main type of flavonoid found in cocoa and chocolate. In addition to having antioxidant qualities, research shows that flavanols have other potential influences on vascular health, such as lowering blood pressure, improving blood flow to the brain and heart, and making blood platelets less sticky and able to clot.

Keeps you glowing and beautiful Chocolate is gold mine of vitamins & minerals good for our skin.

Chocolate is rich in vitamins A, B1, C, D and E, plus iron and calcium, it nourishes your skin from the inside out to replace lost moisture. Plus it prevents ageing. Not only that, but by reducing our stress hormones, chocolate gives you a happy high and prevents the breakdown of collagen - the wrinkle-busting protein that keeps skin plump and youthful.

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Makes you stronger. Magic of strength comes along with the chocolate.

Most of chocolate’s magic relies on epicatechin, one of the many naturallyoccurring chemicals found in cocoa beans called flavanols. A daily dose of epicatechin significantly increased one’s endurance. Myostatin is a protein that regulates muscle growth. It restricts muscle growth to avoid hypertrophy (excessive development of an organ). Inhibiting myostatin significantly increases muscle growth,