Antioxidants in Cocoa ?!

Question: Antioxidants in Cocoa ?
is there any ?


Cornell University study found that cocoa has up to 3 times the antioxidants of those in green tea, and twice red wine.

The reason that cocoa leads the other drinks is its high content of compounds called phenolic phytochemicals, or flavonoids, indicating the presence of known antioxidants that can stave off cancer, heart disease and other ailments. However, the health benefits are still controversial because of the saturated fats present in chocolate.

Yes, of course!…

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