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Natural

COCOA POWDER

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Rich chocolate aroma

Benefits

Fine powder, easily mixed

Natural chocolate products are most welcomed in the UK markets because of their health benefits in lowering LDL cholesterol, reducing the risk of blood clots, increasing blood flow to the arteries, lowering high blood pressure, boosting cognitive performance and providing essential minerals such as calcium and potassium. 

Suitable for cooking & baking

Perfect for raw chocolate

Naturally high in antioxidants 

Dairy free, no additives 

  ​SOME USEFUL HEALTH BENEFITS​​
  
Cocoa is a rich source of magnesium
Magnesium helps with the formation of bones and teeth and assists in the absorption of calcium and potassium. While calcium stimulates the muscles, magnesium relaxes the muscles. It is further needed for cellular metabolism and the production of energy. It supports the muscle tone of the heart and assists in controlling blood pressure and diabetes.
  
  
Antioxidants have been proven to help accomplish the following;

•Decrease blood pressure
•Improve blood circulation
•Lower death rate from heart disease
•Improve function of endothelial cells that line the blood vessels
•Defend against destructive molecules call free radicals, which trigger cancer, heart disease and stroke
•Improve digestion and stimulate kidneys
  
It also contains more antioxidants than most natural foods

Antioxidants are believed to help the body’s cells resist damage caused by free radicals, formed by normal bodily processes. When the body lacks adequate levels of antioxidants, free radical damage ensues, leading to increase in LDL-cholesterol oxidation and plaque formation on arterial walls.
  

   
Cocoa is rich in Theobromine
Theobromines belong to a class of alkaloids known as methylxanthines

Actions of Theobromine
•It is mildly diuretic (increases urine production)
•It is mild stimulant increases alertness similar to caffeine. But unlike caffeine, theobromine does not affect the central nervous system
•It relaxes the smooth muscles of the bronchi in the lungs
•It lowers blood pressure through the dilation of blood vessels

  

How to Prepare Hot Chocolate

  
1.Put one tablespoon of sugar in the mug (10oz).
2.Measure out one rounded teaspoon of cocoa powder and put it in the mug. You may want to use more but for the first time, start with one.
3.Add two teaspoons of water. The next step is what paint chemists call "wetting out the pigment." Stir the sugar, water and cocoa until the cocoa is completely wetted out. You can tell this by the appearance of the surface. If it is reflective, you have wetted out the cocoa. If it is not, you need to stir more and possibly add a few more drops of water.
4.Add about one inch of milk and stir to completely mix the cocoa paste and milk. Fill the rest of the mug with milk, up to about 1/2 an inch off the top. The mix will expand about 5% on heating, so don't over-fill.
5.Put the mug in the microwave.
•For a 10 oz cup, heat 2 minutes, 10 seconds.
•For the best results, use a double-boiler to steam the milk over the stove.

Watch the cup for the last 20 seconds. For some reason, the cocoa tends to foam up. Usually, this does not happen but, just in case, watch. If it does, open the door and stir. Take out the spoon, close the door and finish heating.
  

Features

  1. No Extra fat
    No Extra fat
    2
    Replacing foods that are high in saturated fat with healthier options can lower blood cholesterol levels and improve lipid profiles.
  2. No Milk
    No Milk
    0
    Dairy Milk leads to diabetes, heart disease, cancer, food addictions, and it even ruins your skin, leads to joint pain, and gives you tummy troubles.
  3. No Sugar
    No Sugar
    2
    Excess sugar consumption has been associated with many serious diseases, including obesity, type II diabetes and cardiovascular disease.