The book recommends that, instead of trying to find perfect happiness, people should instead seek a new concept - known as BLISS.
This involves body-based pleasure, laughter, involvement, satisfaction and sex - which all enable the mind to perform well. Research shows that most people only use three to four per cent of their total supply of brain cells. But a study of undergraduates who followed the book's advice showed that many experienced a large increase in cognitive fitness - enough to make the difference between getting an average job and a top job.
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Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Notice here what Big Choc is "building" — a "science base" that can help chocolate shed its image as a "bad snack" to emerge as a "health food" with "goodness benefits. To date, most of the health claims for chocolate have centered on cocoa's antioxidant capacity.
Although the studies are inconsistent, some evidence does link cocoa's polyphenols, flavanols and other antioxidants to a positive effect on circulatory system diseases, mental health, Type 2 diabetes, cancer, inflammatory diseases and weight loss. Mainstream media has even teased with headlines such as, "Should cocoa flavanol be classed as a 'vitamin'?
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The chocolate industry, of course, has taken this hype straight to the bank. And with few people aware that for bitter cocoa to taste good and become the chocolate we all love, sugar — sometimes a lot of sugar — goes into the mix.
Scientists not in the employ of Willy Wonka or other chocolate companies seem less convinced. An article in the April issue of the American Chemical Society's journal Chemical Research in Toxicology quoted scientists from Rutgers University sounding a sober warning:.
Besides the polyphenols found in chocolate, the Rutgers team was concerned about excessive consumption of green tea polyphenols and genistein from soy. Having personally researched genistein in depth for my book The Whole Soy Story: Always look long and hard at the marketing behind any health claims, however impressive they might first appear! Now what about those British ladies?
Knowing the ins and outs of study design, data recording and conclusions, I expect they didn't really say what Cadbury said they said.
Sad if really true. One thing's certain though: In time, that will undoubtedly sort itself out, though it may take someone — not me!