The following is from Psychology Today:
“A number of vegetable-based foods—among them tea, purple grapes, cranberries, as well as cocoa—are rich in antioxidants. But chocolate has its own unique profile of flavanols. German scientists recently found that cocoa—but not green or black tea—lowers blood pressure in people being treated for hypertension. Even moderate degrees of high blood pressure, researchers believe, are at the root of the cognitive decline seen in aging.”
Chocoholics know that Xocai chocolate with acai berries is good for their soul. Now they can feel good about the fact that it is also good for their brain.
Xocai healthy chocolate is a no-brainer.
It doesn’t take a genius to realize that New York Times Chocolate is a billion-dollar industry that generates steady profit all around the United States. In addition, Xocai antioxidant chocolate also taps into the lucrative and fast-growing health and wellness market! Talk about a perfect combination for entrepreneurs who want to apply their intelligence and creativity to create a stable financial future for themselves and their families.
Discover your life (and your brain!) on chocolate!
Yesterday I posted about Xocai’s Healthy Chocolate and some of it’s potential weight loss properties. After that post I recieved this exciting email from The Xocai team!
Mike Kennedy MD
Steven Warren MD DPA
Lifestyle Study Trial Medical Directors
High Antioxidant Wellness System
September 22, 2010
Dear MXI Associates:
We would like to announce the successful completion of a 12-week, medically-supervised, Lifestyle Study. The study followed 50 individuals who wanted to lose weight by using a High-Antioxidant Wellness System. Participants varied in age between 26 to 76 and included both males and females from across the United States, all striving to achieve a personal weight loss goal of 20 to over 100 pounds. All 50 participants followed a weight loss protocol which included the substitution of two meals a day with the X-ProteinMeal Replacement Shake, three pieces of Xocai chocolate and/or other healthy snacks, and one high-protein complex carbohydrate meal for a total of 1,200 calories for women and 1,500 calories for men. The program also included walking (or other exercise), appropriate water consumption, 7-8 hours sleep per day, keeping an accurate food diary, and participation in a weekly accountability call.
We are happy to announce the results of this Lifestyle Study, which has blazed the trail for a population-based weight control program. After 12-weeks, the 50 participants achieved a total combined weight loss of 1,569.9 pounds, which equated to an average 31.3 pounds per participant. In addition to monitoring individual weight loss, participants were asked to monitor waist circumference throughout the 12-week study. On average, participants reduced their waist circumference by 5.8 inches. Furthermore, all participants experienced significant weight loss (6.6% to 24.6% of start weight) and all have elected to continue on with a one to two year maintenance program. Moreover, all 50 participants completed the 12-week Lifestyle Study, which is highly unusual for a study of this kind.
This Lifestyle Study is the beginning of a revolutionary, high-antioxidant movement to bring weight loss and maintenance; as well as, healthy lifestyle changes to the masses. By combining a powerful product, solid science, and consistent accountability, the High-Antioxidant Wellness System proved to be the recipe for success.
With sweet success to you,
Mike Kennedy, MD
Steven Warren, MD DPA CIME FABFP FABHPM FAPWCA
Your partners in obtaining and maximizing your wellness dreams.