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Is Chocolatto® the Next Super Food?

  DOLCE VITE CHOCOLATTO® BEST ORIGINAL THICK DARK ITALIAN HOT CHOCOLATE! REDISCOVER THE TRUE HOT CHOCOLATE! CHOCOLATTO® BLOG!   Study Highlights High Antioxidant Content in Dark Chocolate and Cocoa Powder By Jennifer Warner WebMD Health News Reviewed by Laura J. Martin, MD Feb. 7, 2011 -- Giving your sweetie chocolate for Valentine's Day may show you care for their health as well as their heart. A new study suggests that dark chocolate and cocoa powder may be the next "super foods" thanks to their high antioxidant content. Researchers found the antioxidant activity of dark chocolate and cocoa powder was equivalent to or higher than that found in some other so-called “super fruit" powders or juices, including acai berry, blueberry, cranberry,...

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Demand NO GMO Chocolatto®, Thick Dark Italian Hot Chocolate!!

  DOLCE VITE CHOCOLATTO® BEST ORIGINAL THICK DARK ITALIAN HOT CHOCOLATE! REDISCOVER THE TRUE HOT CHOCOLATE! CHOCOLATTO® BLOG!   Dolce Vite Chocolatto® Original Thick Italian Hot Chocolate contains NO GMOs (genetically modified organisms)! Whole Foods Market (Nasdaq: WFM) announced at Natural Products Expo West that, by 2018, all products in its U.S. and Canadian stores must be labeled to indicate whether they contain genetically modified organisms (GMOs). It is the first national grocery chain to set a deadline for full GMO transparency. Read full article here

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Important Science Of The Season: Chocolatto® Tastes Better In An Orange Cup

  DOLCE VITE CHOCOLATTO® BEST ORIGINAL THICK DARK ITALIAN HOT CHOCOLATE! REDISCOVER THE TRUE HOT CHOCOLATE! CHOCOLATTO® BLOG!   So it is true!  Chocolatto® Original Thick Italian Hot Chocolate does taste better in our cute orange and white fine porcelain cups!  A creamsicle-colored set of mugs will make your hot chocolate taste and smell sweeter than it would taste served in plain white or stark red, according to European scientists. This adds to the growing set of studies that claim the vessel in which our food is served can have a dramatic effect on the way our senses perceive the food. In what may have been the easiest volunteer experiment ever, 57 people had to drink hot chocolate served in...

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