Is Dark Chocolate Good For Heart Health?

Is Dark Chocolate Good For Heart Health?

Chocolate may have some redeeming qualities, but do its negative characteristics outweigh the benefits?

There is a chocolate craze going on today among raw foodists. There are some who are touting it as the next best thing to carrot juice. But there are some things we need to realize about chocolate even if it is organic. First, chocolate contains theobromine, a compound similar to caffeine. 

There are so many products on the market today that the body has no need for a dose of chocolate as its antioxidant content because chocolate also contains a good dose of theobromine. There are so many other foods on the market that have powerful antioxidant properties without the negative effects of theobromine, or caffeine for that matter.

The Hallelujah Diet formula for heart health is:

  1. Eliminate all animal source foods.
  2. Maintain a diet comprised of 85% raw and 15% cooked plant sourced foods.
  3. Have an exercise program where you get the heart into the aerobic range for a minimum of 20 minutes a day.
Rev. Malkmus followed the above formula for heart health for the past 40+ years. For heart health as well as the health of the entire body, you can’t beat eating the foods God told us we should eat in Genesis 1:29.

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