Dutch Chocolate Flavor - all of the great ingredients of Seven Essentials with the added benefits
of dark cocoa. Simply mix with water or low fat milk for a delicious hot
or cold chocolate beverage.
Two Packets have 100% of the FDA daily recommendations.* Take 1 packet twice
a day to achieve optimum health.
* Except for vitamin A, calcium and iron,
which are 80% of the daily recommendation.
A Healthy Choice!!
Dark chocolate could
potentially reduce both cardiovascular and thromboemboic disease, due to its high
flavonoid-rich cocoa content, suggests new research on chocolate consumptions
that compared white, dark and milk chocolate.
researchers believe these results provide evidence that dark chocolate has the
potential to reduce both cardiovascular disease and thromboembolic disease.
**Prices do not applicable State
Sales Tax. If applicable, these taxes will be charged separately.**
There are differences between the Seven Essentials
Dutch Chocolate Canister ingredients and the
Seven Essentials Dutch Chocolate Packets.
The packets are higher in many vitamins and minerals than the canisters.
Please, read the ingredients and nutrition facts carefully and decide which one would be better for
Antioxidant Foods [ORAC* units per 100 grams**]
Red bell peppers
* Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity
**About 3.5 ounces
(Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) is a valuable method for measuring the antioxidant
or radical scavenging capacity of foods. It measures the total antioxidant power
of foods and is used regularly by the food and nutrition industries as a test
for ingredients and finished products. Research suggests that eating plenty of
high-ORAC foods may help slow the process of aging in both body and brain. Foods
that score high in an antioxidants may protect cells and their components from
oxidative damage, according to ORAC studies of animals and human blood at the
USDA Agricultural Research Service's Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging
at Tufts University in Boston. Tufts is the chief scientific agency of the U.S.
Department of Agriculture.