Tag: chocolate

A Healthy Take on Muddy Buddies or Puppy Chow – Healthy & Helpful Tips with Melissa

A Healthy Take on Muddy Buddies or Puppy Chow – Healthy & Helpful Tips with Melissa

Uplifting the Muddy Buddies on the back of the Rice Chex Cereal. This is a Healthy snack you will not regret making for your family to snack on!

Heart Attack Symptoms in Women Are Different Than in Men, Part 2 – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 424

Heart Attack Symptoms in Women Are Different Than in Men, Part 2 – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 424

Did you know that people who have already suffered a heart attack are more prone to having a second one? The good news is that there are nutrients that can help promote the strength and health of your heart.

New Study: Dark Chocolate Reduces Stress & Inflammation

New Study: Dark Chocolate Reduces Stress & Inflammation

Photo by Charisse Kenion on Unsplash Two new studies show that dark chocolate reduces stress and inflammation, while improving memory, immunity, and mood. Let’s get snackin’! Lee S. Berk, DrPH, associate dean of research affairs, School of Allied Health Professions and a researcher in psychoneuroimmunology 

Did you know that Cocoa can actually benefit your health?

Did you know that Cocoa can actually benefit your health?

by Nicole Crane, B.S., NTP Chocolate is one of nature’s most powerful superfoods. But it’s benefits can be reversed when milk, cholesterol from milk solids and enormous amounts of refined sugars are added (i.e. the chocolate we all know and love!). What is Cocoa? Cocoa 

Could Cocoa Extract Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease?

Could Cocoa Extract Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease?

Photo by Nordwood Themes on Unsplash A new study conducted at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City has determined that an extract of the cocoa plant may help to block damage to the nerve pathways seen in patients with 

Antioxidants: Red Wine & Resveratrol

Antioxidants: Red Wine & Resveratrol

Photo by Terry Vlisidis on Unsplash For years, drinking red wine has been associated with a lower rate of heart attacks in France, and thus has become a regular part of the American lifestyle. More recently, researchers at Harvard Medical School and the National Institutes