Men: strange sweet “enhances” male function

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Men: Strange Sweet “Enhances” Male Function

I love white chocolate so much that I can’t keep it in the house.

I will eat it to excess.

But… white chocolate isn’t really chocolate at all.

According to Bon Appetit:

“White chocolate is made with a blend of sugar, cocoa butter, milk products, vanilla, and a fatty substance called lecithin. Technically, white chocolate is not a chocolate – and it doesn’t really taste like one – because it doesn’t contain chocolate solids.”

So even though I LOVE white chocolate, it’s not really all that good for me…

White chocolate is very fatty and, most importantly, it doesn’t have the chocolate solids that are the magic of actual chocolate – at least from the “how it affects your body” perspective.

So white chocolate sucks.


Chocolate solids – especially when they are concentrated in dark chocolate with a minimum of added fat – are amazingly good for you.

Check out these studies:

And this one:

Why eating dark chocolate is a good idea

Chocolate contains a ton of beneficial ingredients – including “psychoactive ingredients” similar to those found in cannabis…

Except chocolate doesn’t make you high.

“Principally, chocolate contains a number of psychoactive ingredients which produce a feeling of euphoria similar to that of cannabinoid, found in cannabis. It also contains phenylethylamine, a neuromodulator which is believed to be important for regulating people’s moods.”

The enjoyment factor also seems to be in play.

If you LIKE chocolate, then you are more likely to get a benefit from it.

“Experimental evidence also suggests that mood improvements only take place if the chocolate is palatable and pleasant to eat, which suggests that the experience of enjoying chocolate is an important factor, not just the ingredients present.”

Dark chocolate can help with depression.

You may already know that I’m not a big fan of antidepressants – especially SSRIs.

That being said, you should never go off of drugs like this without talking to your doctor and working with your doctor on a plan. I’m not a doc and can’t give you medical advice.

For many men and women, SSRIs cause very major sexual side effects…

And studies show that SSRIs are more addictive than doctors will lead you to believe.

So I’m always looking for alternatives that can help with depressive states.

Exercise can help for sure…

But it turns out that chocolate can help as well.

By quite a lot.

“It was found that individuals who reported eating any dark chocolate in two 24-hour periods had 70 per cent lower odds of reporting clinically relevant depressive symptoms than those who reported not eating chocolate at all.”

These are impressive statistics 🙂

And worth trying BEFORE you go on an SSRI.

Dark chocolate also helps with the afternoon slump

It’s pretty common to feel pretty blah in the middle of the afternoon and just want to take a nap.

Dark chocolate can help with the afternoon slump, because it makes your brain more attentive.

Researchers studied the EEG levels and blood pressure effects of consuming a 60 percent cocoa based chocolate and they found a significant uptick in alertness.

“The results for the participants who consumed the 60 percent cacao chocolate showed that the brain was more alert and attentive after consumption. Their blood pressure also increased for a short time.”

Milk chocolate may not work quite as well… But if you enjoy it, eat that instead

Regular chocolate has a lot more fat in it than dark chocolate does…and lower concentrations of the cocoa solids…

So it doesn’t work as well.

“Regular chocolate bar with high sugar and milk content won’t be as good, it’s the high-cacao content chocolate that can be found from most manufacturers that will have these effects.”

In the studies, at least 60% cacao is needed to give you the beneficial effects.

If you are looking for an effective remedy for depression and mid-day blahs – that tastes good and has very few negative side effects…

You might want to try a bit of dark chocolate.

It’s delicious and it works.

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