‘Top that!’ says director Lisa Lennon.
For two millennia and more, chocolate has been both the seductive beverage followed by captivating confectionary since the latter half of the last century which has an almost indescribable effect on the body like no other. From the taste buds to the adrenals, chocolate is well known to be a girl’s best friend, especially in a time of need and regardless of age.
Within the last decade, a system has been refined so that the original organic chocolate bean, now worth in excess of $300 per tonne with the current level of sales at approx $400 million in the global organic market alone as a worldwide commodity, can be processed in a raw, natural state which means several things:
• Raw chocolate has 723% more (or about 7 times more) antioxidants gram-per-gram than typical dark chocolate
• Tryptophan is found naturally in Raw chocolate, which enhances relaxation and promotes better sleep
• phenylethylamine (PEA) has a positive effect in enhancing feelings of love, and Raw chocolate has been proven to be an excellent source of PEA.
• Raw chocolate is the richest food source of magnesium of any common food. Magnesium is the number one mineral that assists and supports healthy heart functioning.