COCOA vs CHOLESTEROL

Cocoa is a kind of plant from which chocolate is made. Cocoa has long been regarded as a food treat, but now it is used by some people as medicine.

According to the study, cocoa can be used to relieve symptoms of many diseases including heart disease, high blood pressure, liver, bladder, and kidney disease and memory loss.

Some people believe cocoa can help to improve their cholesterol levels, but study found that cocoa products do not seem to improve cholesterol levels in people with high cholesterol.

Cholesterol is a kind of waxy, odorless substance which plays important role in body functions such as digestion and hormone production. Walnuts, cranberries, grapefruits and macadamia nuts can help to improve cholesterol levels in the body.

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