Eat Chocolates In Breakfast, Here Is Why
Image Credit: Image credit: Pexels| Chocolate bar

The powerful cocoa bean, which is the source of chocolate in its finest form, is native to South and Central America. The Latin term for it is Food of the Gods, while the Spanish refer to it as black gold. You get a healthy boost of pure energy from chocolate that is devoid of soy, gluten, and processed sugars, without the sugar crash or the nasty after-junk-food sensation. Additionally, cocoa is a rich source of antioxidants, flavanols, and several minerals and vitamins that are excellent for both your physical and mental health. If that's not a compelling enough reason to grate some Chocolate Bar over your morning porridge, here is how eating chocolate for breakfast can make you healthier.  

Chocolate Is Better Than Green Tea 

Flavanols, an antioxidant that helps to prevent cell damage brought on by the oxidants to which we are regularly exposed due to factors like air pollution, cigarette smoke, and alcohol, are abundant in chocolate. Comparatively speaking, chocolate has a higher concentration of these vital antioxidants than green (and black) tea. Great news for those who gulp down their green tea for breakfast and wish there were tastier ways to lessen toxins in the body. It exists! You may give your body a good dosage of flavanols and be ready to fight off all the bad things the day will surely bring by eating a few squares of chocolate bar for breakfast. 

Image credit: Pexels


One of the richest superfoods in the world in its purest form is chocolate. Each morning, have a square of premium chocolate after taking your multivitamin pills for an extra boost of mineral-rich energy. The important minerals and vitamins your body needs to function properly, such as calcium, zinc, copper, magnesium, manganese, iron, and potassium, as well as vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B9, C, A, and E, are all found in chocolate that is free of refined sugars, gluten, and soy.  

Chocolate For A Healthy Heart 

Dark chocolate helps restore artery elasticity and keeps white blood cells from adhering to blood vessel walls, making it similar to an exercise routine for the heart. By preventing blood clots, widening blood vessels, regulating heartbeat, enhancing circulation, lowering levels of bad cholesterol, and raising blood pressure, the important minerals present in cocoa can help reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes. 

Chocolate Uplifts Your Mood 

The special chemicals that are generated by the body as cocoa is absorbed are what give high-quality chocolate its aftertaste of "euphoria." Like no other drug on earth, the joy chemicals serotonin, anandamide, phenylethylamine, and massive endorphins communicate satiation to the brain. Serotonin is known to influence anxiety, happiness, and mood in the brain, fostering a general feeling of wellness. The release of the calming chemical anandamide into the brain is what gives you that lovely blissed-out feeling as a square of premium chocolate melts on your tongue. Additionally, cocoa promotes the release of endorphins, which are naturally created by our bodies in response to stress, fear, or pain and give us the impression that everything is fine. 

Chocolates  Keep You In Shape 

A few squares of dark, sugar-free chocolate will help you control your appetite and lower the chance that you'll overeat when you're eating. Your appetite is controlled by MAO (Monoamine Oxidase) inhibitors, which are present in cocoa. These MAO inhibitors in cocoa promote natural weight loss by reducing the impulse to overeat and allowing more serotonin and other neurotransmitters to circulate in the brain. This promotes youth regeneration and rejuvenation.