Consuming food can still be enjoyable, especially with the wonderful flavor of chocolate paired with a nice red wine. In fact, many advantageous health benefits can become a reality with such a pleasurable pairing. Besides the joy of eating something that tastes so good, both chocolate and wine have some serious nutritional powers with seemingly unending uses towards the prevention and treatment of diseases including chronic pain. These powers are rooted in the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties found in both chocolate and red wine.
Chocolate is rich in chemicals found in plants, in this case the cocoa bean. Because plants are constantly berated by the environmental elements, the chemicals found in plants, called polyphenols, are the primary defense mechanism for the plant. In turn, by consuming the plants, humans gain some of the same defenses against the elements by incorporating these powerful protective chemicals into our own chemical matrix.
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This product is a combination of aspirin, acetaminophen,
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