January 27, 2022

Phytobase Nutritionals Introduces Chocolate For Weight Loss, Additional Health Benefits

The words "dark chocolate" often bring to mind images of indulgence. New studies have stripped chocolate of its decadent reputation to show that it has some surprisingly favorable health properties. A Harvard study found that eating dark chocolate three times a month could prolong a person's life by one year. Another study by Dundee University found that volunteers who ate dark chocolate cut the risk of developing blood clots by an astounding 75 percent.

(PRWEB) January 27, 2022 -- The studies point to flavonoids found in cocoa, chemicals derived from antioxidant-rich plants, which have a wide variety of nutritional benefits. These flavonoids can keep blood platelets from massing together - meaning a reduced risk of blood clots that could lead to heart attacks. "Dark chocolate provides better blood flow through the vessels, which is good for the heart," said Mary B. Engler, a professor of physiological nursing at the University of California, San Francisco's School of Nursing. Dark chocolate has also been known to lower blood pressure in elderly hypertensive patients.

Clinical studies examining the health benefits of dark chocolate are growing, and nutritionists are taking note. The people at Phytobase Nutritionals have taken dark chocolate and added another benefit: Hoodia Gordonii. An appetite suppressant found in the African Kalahari desert, Hoodia Gordonii is able to stave off hunger while attacking obesity. The San Bushmen, one of the world's oldest tribes, have been eating Hoodia for thousands of years to block feelings of hunger and give them energy while hunting or on long trips across the desert. CBS "60 Minutes" correspondent, Lesley Stahl, was led into the Kalahari Desert of South Africa for an episode on this scientific breakthrough. When the plant was located, the tracker cut off a stalk and offered it to Stahl. After trying, it Stahl described it as "a little cucumbery in texture, but not bad." Stahl said she experienced no after effects, wasn't hungry all day and had no desire to eat or drink. "I'd have to say it did work," she said.

Phytobase has developed the first combination of sugar-free, low-carbohydrate dark chocolate and Hoodia Gordonii available on the market, called Chocoleans(TM).

Sam Gur, CEO of Phytobase Nutritionals, said, "Chocoleans are a dieter's dream come true and a truly unique concept. In addition to the benefits of dark chocolate and Hoodia Gordonii, Chocoleans also contain an extract of wolfberries, highly regarded for their anti-aging properties. Besides lowering your blood pressure and blood sugar levels, the wolfberry also improves your body's immune functions."

Other products available through Phytobase Nutritionals currently on the market include Hoodia DeLite(TM), a patent-pending meal replacement shake with Hoodia Gordonii, and HoodiaLean(TM), an appetite suppressant.

About Phytobase Nutritionals:
Phytobase Nutritionals Inc. is a Utah-based corporation that specializes in research and development of cutting-edge nutritional products and functional foods.

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