ANGELA J.
This isn't one of those fluffy, shallow posts about why we love chocolate you'll find strewn across the internet that are aimed at the kind of people which go weak at the knees for a Dairy Milk, a Galaxy, or dare I say it, a Reece's cup. To me to me the emotional desire for that kind of "chocolate" is more about the big businesses knowing how to get us addicted to sugar, fat and salt. What I'm actually talking about here is why we appreciate artisan chocolate, craft chocolate, bean to bar chocolate, or what I call "real chocolate".

We could go down the scientific route here and talk about the that chocolate lovers apparently have different bacteria in their gut (nice!); how there are mood-altering compounds that affect your serotonin levels and the creation of dopamine, which means that even thinking about eating chocolate can produce a mild-euphoric state or how phenylalanine is a mild anti-depressant. The truth is that every week there will be another scientific study that says "chocolate is healthier than fruit" or it may "protect the brain from strokes." You'll even get the NHS discussing claims and counter-claims as what effect chocolate has depression.
Review for Bertolli® Shrimp Penne & Asparagus - 4 months, 2 weeks ago
This isn't one of those fluffy, shallow posts about why we love chocolate you'll find strewn across the internet that are aimed at the kind of people which go weak at the knees for a Dairy Milk, a Galaxy, or dare I say it, a Reece's cup. To me to me the emotional desire for that kind of "chocolate" is more about the big businesses knowing how to get us addicted to sugar, fat and salt. What I'm actually talking about here is why we appreciate artisan chocolate, craft chocolate, bean to bar chocolate, or what I call "real chocolate".

We could go down the scientific route here and talk about the that chocolate lovers apparently have different bacteria in their gut (nice!); how there are mood-altering compounds that affect your serotonin levels and the creation of dopamine, which means that even thinking about eating chocolate can produce a mild-euphoric state or how phenylalanine is a mild anti-depressant. The truth is that every week there will be another scientific study that says "chocolate is healthier than fruit" or it may "protect the brain from strokes." You'll even get the NHS discussing claims and counter-claims as what effect chocolate has depression.
Vegetarian, Vegan, Organic, Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Nut Free, Sugar Free, Halal, Kosher, Paleo, Low Carb, No Special Diet
Review for Velveeta Queso Blanco Cheese - 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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This isn't one of those fluffy, shallow posts about why we love chocolate you'll find strewn across the internet that are aimed at the kind of people which go weak at the knees for a Dairy Milk, a Galaxy, or dare I say it, a Reece's cup. To me to me the emotional desire for that kind of "chocolate" is more about the big businesses knowing how to get us addicted to sugar, fat and salt. What I'm actually talking about here is why we appreciate artisan chocolate, craft chocolate, bean to bar chocolate, or what I call "real chocolate".

We could go down the scientific route here and talk about the that chocolate lovers apparently have different bacteria in their gut (nice!); how there are mood-altering compounds that affect your serotonin levels and the creation of dopamine, which means that even thinking about eating chocolate can produce a mild-euphoric state or how phenylalanine is a mild anti-depressant. The truth is that every week there will be another scientific study that says "chocolate is healthier than fruit" or it may "protect the brain from strokes." You'll even get the NHS discussing claims and counter-claims as what effect chocolate has depression.
Vegetarian, Vegan, Organic, Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Nut Free, Sugar Free, Halal, Kosher, Paleo, Low Carb, No Special Diet
Review for Wilton Sprinkles Red Cinnamon Drops 8 oz - 4 months, 2 weeks ago
This isn't one of those fluffy, shallow posts about why we love chocolate you'll find strewn across the internet that are aimed at the kind of people which go weak at the knees for a Dairy Milk, a Galaxy, or dare I say it, a Reece's cup. To me to me the emotional desire for that kind of "chocolate" is more about the big businesses knowing how to get us addicted to sugar, fat and salt. What I'm actually talking about here is why we appreciate artisan chocolate, craft chocolate, bean to bar chocolate, or what I call "real chocolate".

We could go down the scientific route here and talk about the that chocolate lovers apparently have different bacteria in their gut (nice!); how there are mood-altering compounds that affect your serotonin levels and the creation of dopamine, which means that even thinking about eating chocolate can produce a mild-euphoric state or how phenylalanine is a mild anti-depressant. The truth is that every week there will be another scientific study that says "chocolate is healthier than fruit" or it may "protect the brain from strokes." You'll even get the NHS discussing claims and counter-claims as what effect chocolate has depression.
Vegetarian, Vegan, Organic, Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Nut Free, Sugar Free, Halal, Kosher, Paleo, Low Carb, No Special Diet
Review for Wilton Sprinkles, Sugar Pearls, White, 5 oz (141 g) - 4 months, 2 weeks ago
This isn't one of those fluffy, shallow posts about why we love chocolate you'll find strewn across the internet that are aimed at the kind of people which go weak at the knees for a Dairy Milk, a Galaxy, or dare I say it, a Reece's cup. To me to me the emotional desire for that kind of "chocolate" is more about the big businesses knowing how to get us addicted to sugar, fat and salt. What I'm actually talking about here is why we appreciate artisan chocolate, craft chocolate, bean to bar chocolate, or what I call "real chocolate".

We could go down the scientific route here and talk about the that chocolate lovers apparently have different bacteria in their gut (nice!); how there are mood-altering compounds that affect your serotonin levels and the creation of dopamine, which means that even thinking about eating chocolate can produce a mild-euphoric state or how phenylalanine is a mild anti-depressant. The truth is that every week there will be another scientific study that says "chocolate is healthier than fruit" or it may "protect the brain from strokes." You'll even get the NHS discussing claims and counter-claims as what effect chocolate has depression.
Vegetarian, Vegan, Organic, Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Nut Free, Sugar Free, Halal, Kosher, Paleo, Low Carb, No Special Diet
Review for Mounds Coconut Flakes - 4 months, 2 weeks ago
This isn't one of those fluffy, shallow posts about why we love chocolate you'll find strewn across the internet that are aimed at the kind of people which go weak at the knees for a Dairy Milk, a Galaxy, or dare I say it, a Reece's cup. To me to me the emotional desire for that kind of "chocolate" is more about the big businesses knowing how to get us addicted to sugar, fat and salt. What I'm actually talking about here is why we appreciate artisan chocolate, craft chocolate, bean to bar chocolate, or what I call "real chocolate".

We could go down the scientific route here and talk about the that chocolate lovers apparently have different bacteria in their gut (nice!); how there are mood-altering compounds that affect your serotonin levels and the creation of dopamine, which means that even thinking about eating chocolate can produce a mild-euphoric state or how phenylalanine is a mild anti-depressant. The truth is that every week there will be another scientific study that says "chocolate is healthier than fruit" or it may "protect the brain from strokes." You'll even get the NHS discussing claims and counter-claims as what effect chocolate has depression.
Vegetarian, Vegan, Organic, Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Nut Free, Sugar Free, Halal, Kosher, Paleo, Low Carb, No Special Diet
Review for Wilton Flowerful Medley Sprinkles Set - 4 months, 2 weeks ago
This isn't one of those fluffy, shallow posts about why we love chocolate you'll find strewn across the internet that are aimed at the kind of people which go weak at the knees for a Dairy Milk, a Galaxy, or dare I say it, a Reece's cup. To me to me the emotional desire for that kind of "chocolate" is more about the big businesses knowing how to get us addicted to sugar, fat and salt. What I'm actually talking about here is why we appreciate artisan chocolate, craft chocolate, bean to bar chocolate, or what I call "real chocolate".

We could go down the scientific route here and talk about the that chocolate lovers apparently have different bacteria in their gut (nice!); how there are mood-altering compounds that affect your serotonin levels and the creation of dopamine, which means that even thinking about eating chocolate can produce a mild-euphoric state or how phenylalanine is a mild anti-depressant. The truth is that every week there will be another scientific study that says "chocolate is healthier than fruit" or it may "protect the brain from strokes." You'll even get the NHS discussing claims and counter-claims as what effect chocolate has depression.
Vegetarian, Vegan, Organic, Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Nut Free, Sugar Free, Halal, Kosher, Paleo, Low Carb, No Special Diet
Review for bkr - BEST Original Glass Water Bottle - 4 months, 2 weeks ago
This isn't one of those fluffy, shallow posts about why we love chocolate you'll find strewn across the internet that are aimed at the kind of people which go weak at the knees for a Dairy Milk, a Galaxy, or dare I say it, a Reece's cup. To me to me the emotional desire for that kind of "chocolate" is more about the big businesses knowing how to get us addicted to sugar, fat and salt. What I'm actually talking about here is why we appreciate artisan chocolate, craft chocolate, bean to bar chocolate, or what I call "real chocolate".

We could go down the scientific route here and talk about the that chocolate lovers apparently have different bacteria in their gut (nice!); how there are mood-altering compounds that affect your serotonin levels and the creation of dopamine, which means that even thinking about eating chocolate can produce a mild-euphoric state or how phenylalanine is a mild anti-depressant. The truth is that every week there will be another scientific study that says "chocolate is healthier than fruit" or it may "protect the brain from strokes." You'll even get the NHS discussing claims and counter-claims as what effect chocolate has depression.
Review for S'Well® Satin Insulated Stainless Steel Water Bottle - 4 months, 2 weeks ago
This isn't one of those fluffy, shallow posts about why we love chocolate you'll find strewn across the internet that are aimed at the kind of people which go weak at the knees for a Dairy Milk, a Galaxy, or dare I say it, a Reece's cup. To me to me the emotional desire for that kind of "chocolate" is more about the big businesses knowing how to get us addicted to sugar, fat and salt. What I'm actually talking about here is why we appreciate artisan chocolate, craft chocolate, bean to bar chocolate, or what I call "real chocolate".

We could go down the scientific route here and talk about the that chocolate lovers apparently have different bacteria in their gut (nice!); how there are mood-altering compounds that affect your serotonin levels and the creation of dopamine, which means that even thinking about eating chocolate can produce a mild-euphoric state or how phenylalanine is a mild anti-depressant. The truth is that every week there will be another scientific study that says "chocolate is healthier than fruit" or it may "protect the brain from strokes." You'll even get the NHS discussing claims and counter-claims as what effect chocolate has depression.
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