Chocolate Compound Epicatechin Boosts Exercise Benefit

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    Aug 05, 2011 7:15 PM GMT

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    By and large, the animals that had been drinking water were the first to give out during the treadmill test. They became exhausted more quickly than the animals that had received epicatechin. Even the control mice that had lightly exercised grew tired more quickly than the nonexercising mice that had been given epicatechin. The fittest rodents, however, were those that had combined epicatechin and exercise. They covered about 50 percent more distance than the control animals.


    A sixth of an ounce of dark chocolate per way will provide you with a similar dose. Eat some dark chocolate (not the nearly worthless milk chocolate) and take a long walk.

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    Aug 08, 2011 7:18 PM GMT
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    By and large, the animals that had been drinking water were the first to give out during the treadmill test. They became exhausted more quickly than the animals that had received epicatechin. Even the control mice that had lightly exercised grew tired more quickly than the nonexercising mice that had been given epicatechin. The fittest rodents, however, were those that had combined epicatechin and exercise. They covered about 50 percent more distance than the control animals.


    A sixth of an ounce of dark chocolate per way will provide you with a similar dose. Eat some dark chocolate (not the nearly worthless milk chocolate) and take a long walk.



    Isnt it like having coffee though?