Know The Lesser Known Facts About Your Favourite Chocolates 

There are barely anyone who doesn't like chocolates. It is that piece of sweet which is loved by every age group of people. A piece of chocolate instantly gives us the feeling of happiness. Whenever we feel like hungry, we see chocolate the very first. In childhood, even a big fight can be resolved by chocolates. In short, chocolate is our favourite in many sense. 

So, here are 11 lesser known facts about your favourite chocolate:

  1. It is believed that the cacao plants are going to disappear by 2050 and the reason is dry weather conditions and rapidly increasing hot temperatures. So, the supply of chocolate will get over sooner.

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  1. A cocoa tree takes about a year to produce sufficient number of pods for making about 10 small-sized chocolate bars.

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  1. The excess of anything is not good. The same thing applied to chocolate. If you eat 10 kgs of chocolate in one go, it will become the reason of your death.

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  1. According to the University of Hull, chocolate can be the solution of irritation and it can calm an irritated throat better. So, switch your cough syrup with chocolate.

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  1. Opposite to myths, Chocolate can prevent cavities as it has an antibacterial effect on the mouth which helps to prevent tooth decay.

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  1. Dark chocolate truly cares your heart. According to a Journal of the American Heart Association, eating dark chocolate everyday helps in reducing the chances of heart disease.

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  1. The person who invented chocolate chip cookies earned a lifetime supply of chocolate by selling his recipe to Nestle.

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  1. It takes about 400 cacao beans to make just about 500 gms of chocolate.

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  1. In our ancestors period, Cacao beans were used as a currency. Chocolate held a financial value.

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  1. At the time of feeling stress, smell chocolates as it sends brain waves wild and both distracts which relaxes people. A study conducted by London's Middlesex University says it.

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  1. If you love melted chocolate then you must know that it is the only edible substance which melts at around 93° F. The temperature is even below the human body temperature.

by Neetu Panwar | Thu, Apr 11 - 12:14 PM

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