Effects of eating Chocolates


Who doesn't love chocolates? Nothing tastes better than chocolate. It satisfies all your craving, known to enhance your mood and also has some health benefits depending on the type of chocolate you consume.


Chocolate starts working instantly when you take the first bite, it alters the level of serotonin and dopamine in the body enhancing your mood. Chocolate is known to contain the phenylethylamine, the compound that is known as LOVE DRUG as it creates the same buzz in the brain as when you are in love. If eaten in moderate amounts, chocolates have a plethora of benefits.


85% dark chocolate increases the feel good brain chemicals, reduces anxiety and depression. It also contains antioxidants. On the other hand, its counterpart White Chocolate is said to increase the levels of dopamine.


Flavonols present in chocolate helps blood vessels relax which in turn decreases blood pressure leading to numerous benefits like increasing HDL and lowering bad cholesterol. They are also known to protect the skin from sun damage and increasing skin density and hydration.


Chocolate enhances the communication between brain cells, resulting in benefits to behavior and memory recall. It also can provide an anti-inflammatory effect throughout your system, helping to stave off diseases and keep you healthy.

Chocolate is known to inhibit the digestive enzymes thus reducing the food cravings and can help you in weight management. But it still has sugar and fat, so it is important that you eat it in moderation.


Regular consumption of chocolate can reduce the chances of getting a stroke. Studies also have found that chocolate consumption is linked to lower cardiometabolic disorders, thereby reducing the risk of developing a heart disease.


Chocolate is one of the rare foods that tastes awesome and has significant health benefits. Although chocolate is known for its array of benefits, it depends on the type and quality of chocolate you consume. It should be consumed in moderation and these nutrients can vary significantly on the bar of chocolate you use.