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Fun Peanut Butter Snacks For Salt Lake City Kids

Fun Peanut Butter Snacks For Salt Lake City Kids

Healthy, growing children need to snack between meals for proper nutrition. Most Draper parents have probably had the experience of forgetting an afternoon snack. What happens? Kids finally notice they’re hungry about an hour before dinner, and boy is it hard to wait!

A great snack ingredient is peanut butter. It is an inexpensive source of protein and calories and gives Draper children the nutrients they need to grow and to stay healthy.

Here are some great healthy snack ideas using peanut butter for Atlanta, Georgia (GA) and San Antonio, Texas (TX) kids.

Peanut Butter Banana Pops

Bananas, cut in half width-wise
Popsicle sticks
Peanut butter
Chopped nuts, sprinkles, or other topping

Take the popsicle sticks and push them carefully into the cut bananas. Spread peanut butter over the bananas and roll in nuts or other topping. Freeze. Enjoy.

Peanut Butter Balls

This is the kind of recipe you can’t really mess up, and the portions are approximate.

about 1 cup of peanut butter
a few tablespoons of honey (2-3)
a few tablespoons of instant dry milk

Mix everything together until it forms a large ball. Pinch off small pieces of dough, and roll into ball shapes. Store in the refrigerator, and pull them out at snack time.

My name is Adam Paul Green and I am concerned about issues such as vaccinations and childhood obesity in Orlando, Florida (FL). I am the owner of a Draper home business that sells a nutritional chocolate product. If you are interested in learning more, visit my website at http://adampaulgreen.com or give me a call at 801-809-7766.

Join Winners Circle International today!

I am Adam Paul Green, and I am a Draper-based Xocai artisan chocolate distributor. I joined Xocai in April 2005. I sell the industry-leading Xocai and Xocai online and in Draper, San Antonio, Texas (TX), Atlanta, Georgia (GA), and Orlando, Florida (FL). Our valued Salt Lake City customers recommend Xocai because Xocai Xocai product have changed my life, I have been able to eliminate several medications taken on a daily basis. MXI has presented the opportunity for my family to supplement our income and recieve huge tax advantages..

Winners Circle International is also a fantastic Xocai home-based business in the Salt Lake City area. Utah entrepreneurs can supplement their income by cashing in on a high-demand Utah healthy artisan chocolate market. To learn more about Winners Circle International, visit http://adampaulgreen.com.

Call me at 801-809-7766 to own your own Xocai business in Draper, San Antonio, Texas (TX), Atlanta, Georgia (GA), or Orlando, Florida (FL).

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Xocai Weight Loss Shake For Draper Utah

Draper Chocolate Diet What is more refreshing than a Xocai X ProteinMeal Shake? A Xocai X ProteinMeal Shake mixed with other delicious ingredients. If you are using the Xocai Protein Shake for weight-loss, you may want to try some shake variations to keep your taste buds motivated.

All of these recipes require a high-speed blender. Blend until smooth.

The Xo-Buzz: 1 cup water, 1/2 cup Xocai ProteinMeal Weight Loss Shake, 1/2 cup chopped ice, 1 TB liqueur of your choice, (Baileys Irish Cream, Grand Marnier, Amaretto) Kahlua gives it an iced-cappuccino taste-yum!

Kiwi Go Now: 1/2 cup unfiltered apple juice, 1/2 cup water, 1/2 cup Xocai diet shake mix, 1 kiwi, washed with ends trimmed (keep the skin on), ice cubes. The tart flavor of kiwi is counter-balanced by the sweet apple juice.

Ice Kickers: 1 cup ice, 1/2 cup Xocai chocolate protein shake, 1 TB real bee honey, 1 Tsp cinnamon, 1 banana or flavor of choice, 1/2 bottle water. Add the honey last after blending the other ingredients to prevent the honey from clogging and sticking to the blades. Honey, cinnamon, and banana are a winning combo!

If you have been thinking about starting a diet program, consider the the Xocai Weight Loss Protocol. By replacing two meals a day with the Xocai X ProteinMeal Shake, you can lose weight without feel hungry or weak. The Xocai weight-loss shakes provide balanced nutrition and energizing protein and carbs.

One of the successful dieters who participated in the first Xocai Weight Loss Trial said:

“By replacing two meals per day with the XProtein Shake, eating healthy snacks and having a sensible meal, my weight has melted away.” -Prosper magazine, Winter 2011 issue, p. 20.

If you have created an X ProteinMeal Shake recipe, send it to me at ~Email~>. To order Xocai weight-loss chocolate products, contact me at my email address or call 801-809-7766.

Healthy Chocolate, the way to a New and Better you.!

Adam Paul Green
Chocolatier
801-809-7766

Join Winners Circle International today!

I am Adam Paul Green, and I am a Draper-based Xocai artisan chocolate distributor. I joined Xocai in April 2005. I sell the industry-leading Xocai and Xocai online and in Draper, San Antonio, Texas (TX), Atlanta, Georgia (GA), and Orlando, Florida (FL). Our valued Salt Lake City customers recommend Xocai because Xocai Xocai product have changed my life, I have been able to eliminate several medications taken on a daily basis. MXI has presented the opportunity for my family to supplement our income and recieve huge tax advantages..

Winners Circle International is also a fantastic Xocai home-based business in the Salt Lake City area. Utah entrepreneurs can supplement their income by cashing in on a high-demand Utah healthy artisan chocolate market. To learn more about Winners Circle International, visit http://adampaulgreen.com.

Call me at 801-809-7766 to own your own Xocai business in Draper, San Antonio, Texas (TX), Atlanta, Georgia (GA), or Orlando, Florida (FL).

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Mosaic Magic For Draper Kids

San Antonio, Texas (TX) Kids Health

Parents in the San Antonio, Texas (TX) area know how important it is for kids to express themselves artistically. This can be a great boon for a child’s cognitive development as well as their emotional health.

But sometimes the crayons and paper can get a little boring for kids. Luckily, there are lots of easy ways to encourage Atlanta, Georgia (GA) and Orlando, Florida (FL) children to create pictures and designs with unique materials and methods.

One of these methods is mosaics. Instead of drawing on paper, cut pieces of colored paper into small pieces. Then, allow your kids to organize the small pieces into a picture or design. Once they’ve completed their picture, give them some glue and have them adhere the mosaic to another complete piece of paper.

And you don’t have to stop at paper. There are plenty of materials that can be made into a mosaic.

A favorite material is dried beans. They are inexpensive, come in a variety of colors, sizes and shapes, and can be found in any Salt Lake City, San Antonio, Texas (TX), or Atlanta, Georgia (GA) grocery store. However, remember that dried beans can be a choking hazard, so only use these and other small objects with older children.

My name is Adam Paul Green and I am passionate about kids health in San Antonio, Texas (TX). I want to help Salt Lake City parents to raise happy, healthy kids.

I own my own Draper home based business that sells Xocai. If you would like to learn more, please contact me at 801-809-7766. We can discuss one of the many children’s health issues that is important to me, such as children’s nutrition and immunizations.

Contact me today!

Chocolatier Adam Paul Green
Draper, Utah 84020
801-809-7766
adam@adampaulgreen.com
Xocai
Xocai

Join Winners Circle International today!

I am Adam Paul Green, and I am a Draper-based Xocai artisan chocolate distributor. I joined Xocai in April 2005. I sell the industry-leading Xocai and Xocai online and in Draper, San Antonio, Texas (TX), Atlanta, Georgia (GA), and Orlando, Florida (FL). Our valued Salt Lake City customers recommend Xocai because Xocai Xocai product have changed my life, I have been able to eliminate several medications taken on a daily basis. MXI has presented the opportunity for my family to supplement our income and recieve huge tax advantages..

Winners Circle International is also a fantastic Xocai home-based business in the Salt Lake City area. Utah entrepreneurs can supplement their income by cashing in on a high-demand Utah healthy artisan chocolate market. To learn more about Winners Circle International, visit http://adampaulgreen.com.

Call me at 801-809-7766 to own your own Xocai business in Draper, San Antonio, Texas (TX), Atlanta, Georgia (GA), or Orlando, Florida (FL).

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“Watch The Salt, Salt Lake City Parents!”

Low Sodium Snack Salt Lake City

It’s true for Salt Lake City parents and children alike: the more sodium you eat, the more likely you are to develop high blood pressure. But for Utah children and teenagers who are overweight, the warning is even more dire.

High blood pressure in childhood usually means a person will also have high blood pressure as an adult, and this can lead to a heightened risk for stroke and heart disease. Every parent in the Draper area who is concerned with children’s nutrition should know some basics about lowering sodium intake.

There is a lot of sodium found in processed foods, restaurant foods, and packaged foods. In fact, this is where most San Antonio, Texas (TX), Atlanta, Georgia (GA), and Orlando, Florida (FL) kids get their sodium, as opposed to getting it from the salt shaker.

Better options for your child’s health are fresh, minimally processed foods and home-cooked meals. Make fruits and veggies available for snacking and get everyone hooked on water as their go-to drink.

Hi, I’m Adam Paul Green and I am very interested in kids health in San Antonio, Texas (TX). I am the owner of a Salt Lake City area home business that sells Xocai. If you are interested in learning more, visit my web site at http://adampaulgreen.com or give me a call at 801-809-7766.

I hope to talk with you soon.

Chocolatier Adam Paul Green
Draper, Utah 84020
801-809-7766
adam@adampaulgreen.com
Xocai
Xocai


The following online article was used for this post:
Salynn Boyles, “Salt in Kids’ Diets Linked to High Blood Pressure,” WebMD, http://children.webmd.com/news/20120916/salt-kids-diets-high-blood-pressure, accessed on Nov. 8, 2012.

Join Winners Circle International today!

I am Adam Paul Green, and I am a Draper-based Xocai artisan chocolate distributor. I joined Xocai in April 2005. I sell the industry-leading Xocai and Xocai online and in Draper, San Antonio, Texas (TX), Atlanta, Georgia (GA), and Orlando, Florida (FL). Our valued Salt Lake City customers recommend Xocai because Xocai Xocai product have changed my life, I have been able to eliminate several medications taken on a daily basis. MXI has presented the opportunity for my family to supplement our income and recieve huge tax advantages..

Winners Circle International is also a fantastic Xocai home-based business in the Salt Lake City area. Utah entrepreneurs can supplement their income by cashing in on a high-demand Utah healthy artisan chocolate market. To learn more about Winners Circle International, visit http://adampaulgreen.com.

Call me at 801-809-7766 to own your own Xocai business in Draper, San Antonio, Texas (TX), Atlanta, Georgia (GA), or Orlando, Florida (FL).

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The American Journal Of Bariatric Medicine Reveals Interesting Weight Loss Facts For Draper Utah

The American Journal Of Bariatric Medicine Reveals Interesting Weight Loss Facts For Draper Utah

The American Journal of Bariatric Medicine recently featured an interesting Xocai Weight Loss Study that is now available online to everyone in Draper Utah.

The study is titled Weight Loss Study Using a High Antioxidant Cocoa Meal Replacement & Lifestyle Intervention by Dr. Michael Kennedy and Dr. Steve Warren.

If you live in Draper Utah and are interested in reviewing the study, you can find it in volume 26, number two in 2011 on page 11.

I have included a PDF of the Xocai Weight Loss Article if you want to read it. I found it to be quite interesting.

Give me a call in Draper Utah or write me if you have questions about this study. I am an independent Xocai distributor in the Draper Utah area, and I would be happy to tell you more about how are Xocai chocolate can be a healthy way to enjoy one of your favorite treats without all the added sugar.

Adam Paul Green

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I am Adam Paul Green, and I am a Draper-based Xocai artisan chocolate distributor. I joined Xocai in April 2005. I sell the industry-leading Xocai and Xocai online and in Draper, San Antonio, Texas (TX), Atlanta, Georgia (GA), and Orlando, Florida (FL). Our valued Salt Lake City customers recommend Xocai because Xocai Xocai product have changed my life, I have been able to eliminate several medications taken on a daily basis. MXI has presented the opportunity for my family to supplement our income and recieve huge tax advantages..

Winners Circle International is also a fantastic Xocai home-based business in the Salt Lake City area. Utah entrepreneurs can supplement their income by cashing in on a high-demand Utah healthy artisan chocolate market. To learn more about Winners Circle International, visit http://adampaulgreen.com.

Call me at 801-809-7766 to own your own Xocai business in Draper, San Antonio, Texas (TX), Atlanta, Georgia (GA), or Orlando, Florida (FL).

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Keeping Atlanta, Georgia (GA) Kids Regular

Nutrition for Salt Lake City children

It might be an awkward subject for Draper parents to bring up with an older child, but making sure your son or daughter is having regular bowel movements is essential for their health – at all ages. If your child is experiencing problems with this, try these natural fixes before you resort to a medication.

Increased water intake is often all it takes for Salt Lake City area kids to overcome this problem since dehydration is a common cause.

To encourage your child to drink more water, try getting them their own water bottle and keeping it full in the fridge. That way, even if your child is too small to reach the tap themselves, they always have easy access to cold water.

It’s important to evaluate the diet of your child and look for opportunities to introduce more fresh fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. These foods contain the fiber that is necessary for bowel health. Plus, you’ll see lots of additional health benefits from these steps toward proper nutrition.

If natural remedies don’t alleviate the problem, consult with your San Antonio, Texas (TX), Atlanta, Georgia (GA), or Orlando, Florida (FL) pediatrician.

My name is Adam Paul Green and I want to help Draper families to raise healthy, happy kids. Issues such as proper nutrition for children and childhood obesity in Orlando, Florida (FL) concern me. I also own a fantastic Salt Lake City area home business that sells Xocai and Xocai.

Please contact me today at 801-809-7766 if you would like to know more about Xocai. I hope to talk to you soon!

Chocolatier Adam Paul Green
Draper, Utah 84020
801-809-7766
adam@adampaulgreen.com
Xocai
Xocai

Join Winners Circle International today!

I am Adam Paul Green, and I am a Draper-based Xocai artisan chocolate distributor. I joined Xocai in April 2005. I sell the industry-leading Xocai and Xocai online and in Draper, San Antonio, Texas (TX), Atlanta, Georgia (GA), and Orlando, Florida (FL). Our valued Salt Lake City customers recommend Xocai because Xocai Xocai product have changed my life, I have been able to eliminate several medications taken on a daily basis. MXI has presented the opportunity for my family to supplement our income and recieve huge tax advantages..

Winners Circle International is also a fantastic Xocai home-based business in the Salt Lake City area. Utah entrepreneurs can supplement their income by cashing in on a high-demand Utah healthy artisan chocolate market. To learn more about Winners Circle International, visit http://adampaulgreen.com.

Call me at 801-809-7766 to own your own Xocai business in Draper, San Antonio, Texas (TX), Atlanta, Georgia (GA), or Orlando, Florida (FL).

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http://thesop.org/story/20130126/dark-chocolate-is-an-aphrodisiac.html
There`s a biological basis for chocolate`s sexy effects. Dark chocolate possesses substances that affect our moods, energy, and sexual function in truly remarkable ways. Here are three of them.

Increases blood flow to sexual organs.
Chocolate contains L-arginine, an amino acid that can be an effective natural sex-enhancer for both women and men. It works by increasing nitric oxide and promoting blood flow to your sexual organs, which increases sensation, satisfaction, and desire.

Stimulates and elevates mood.
Chocolate is known as a super libido food partly because it is a rich source of PEA, the acronym for phenylethylamine, sometimes referred to as the “love supplement” or the “romance chemical.” As a stimulant and mood elevator, PEA can induce sensations of euphoria–and it`s naturally released by your brain when you`re in love! This chemical promotes the production of the neurotransmitter dopamine, which enhances feelings of well-being, joy, and pleasure.

Acts as an energy booster.
Chocolate really packs an aphrodisiac punch because it also contains the compound theobromine, found in tea and kola nuts as well. This substance works on the central nervous system, causing one to feel stimulated and excited.

Eating chocolate can be a sensual experience, but it is also good for your health. The right type of chocolate can be loaded with immune-boosting antioxidants, making it very beneficial for the physical heart, the organ we associate with love, caring, bonding, and intimacy. If you`re going to indulge in chocolate regularly, however, dark chocolate is best–as pure and unsweetened as possible. The extra fat and calories in other chocolate products can end up having poor health consequences and anti-aphrodisiac effects.
by Dr. Laurie Steelsmith
* * * * *
Dr. Laurie Steelsmith is a licensed naturopathic physician, acupuncturist, and nutrition expert with a 20-year private practice in Honolulu. A leading spokesperson on natural medicine, she has appeared widely on TV, radio, and in print. She and her husband, Alex Steelsmith, are coauthors of Great Sex, Naturally: Every Woman`s Guide to Enhancing Her Sexuality Through the Secrets of Natural Medicine (Hay House, 2012) and her previous bestseller, Natural Choices for Women`s Health (Three Rivers Press)
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/john-r-talbott/chocolate-nobel-prize_b_2563723.html
I don’t know how many of you saw this article in the New England Journal of Medicine published on October 10, 2012 (Chocolate Consumption, Cognitive Function, and Nobel Laureates). In it, the author, Franz H. Messerli, M.D., claims to have found a strong linear correlation (r=.791) between the amount of chocolate consumed by a country and the number of Nobel Prize winners from that country, both measured on a per capita basis. Dr. Messerli is a cardiologist and director of Clinical Hypertension with St. Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospital.

Here are his findings;

While Messerli warns in his paper that the existence of a correlation does not imply causation, this did not stop the popular media from running stories with these headlines:

Eating Chocolate May Help You Win Nobel Prize” – CBS News

Correlation Between Country’s Chocolate Consumption And Nobel Prize Winners ‘Surprisingly Powerful,’ Says Study” – Associated Press

“Why Chocolate Makes You Smart (or Peaceful)”Psychology Today

Study links eating chocolate to winning Nobels” – USA Today

Messerli’s results immediately got my attention because I have been doing a lot of work lately on sugar and how deleterious it is to one’s diet and its links to obesity, and chocolate often finds itself attached to sugar when consumed. I decided to do my own study to make a point. I decided to see if there was a correlation between the amount of chocolate a country consumes and the number of Winter Olympic medals the country has won over time, both measured on a per capita basis.

While my correlation statistics are not quite as good as Dr Messerli’s, certainly they are strong enough to get published in any respectable academic journal (correlation coefficient =.57). Note: The correlation would have been even better if the Danes and the Irish, both big consumers of chocolate had more than only one Winter Olympic medal won between them.

So what is going on here? Can eating chocolate make you more likely to win a Nobel Prize? If so, then by the same logic it appears that eating chocolate can make you a better skier or skater. Unfortunately, I don’t believe either of these suppositions is correct. I think these false correlations exist because chocolate consumption, Nobel Prize winning and Winter Olympic medals are all correlated with something else which is not ever raised in these studies. What might that something else be. I would argue chocolate consumption, Nobels and Winter Olympic medals increase with the following factors:

  • The average income of a country
  • Whether the country is majority white
  • Whether the country is in northern Europe
  • Whether the country is Scandanavian
  • Whether the country is Sweden (the decider of Nobels)

If these are the true causal variables to how much chocolate is consumed, one cannot conclude that eating more chocolate makes you smarter, or, a better skier. This is a classic problem in statistics known as the omitted variable problem. You can get very good correlation statistics between two, or here three variables which may not be causally related at all, but rather, both are correlated and caused by a third yet undisclosed variable. Alas, if you want to get smarter you will have to go back to reading books and if you want to ski better you will have to hit the slopes. But, if you want to get fat, just keep eating sugar-laced chocolate treats.

John R. Talbott is a best-selling author and economic consultant to families whose books predicted the housing crash and the economic crisis. You can read more about his books, the accuracy of his predictions and his financial consulting activities at www.stopthelying.com

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http://thesop.org/story/20130126/dark-chocolate-is-an-aphrodisiac.html
There`s a biological basis for chocolate`s sexy effects. Dark chocolate possesses substances that affect our moods, energy, and sexual function in truly remarkable ways. Here are three of them.

Increases blood flow to sexual organs.
Chocolate contains L-arginine, an amino acid that can be an effective natural sex-enhancer for both women and men. It works by increasing nitric oxide and promoting blood flow to your sexual organs, which increases sensation, satisfaction, and desire.

Stimulates and elevates mood.
Chocolate is known as a super libido food partly because it is a rich source of PEA, the acronym for phenylethylamine, sometimes referred to as the “love supplement” or the “romance chemical.” As a stimulant and mood elevator, PEA can induce sensations of euphoria–and it`s naturally released by your brain when you`re in love! This chemical promotes the production of the neurotransmitter dopamine, which enhances feelings of well-being, joy, and pleasure.

Acts as an energy booster.
Chocolate really packs an aphrodisiac punch because it also contains the compound theobromine, found in tea and kola nuts as well. This substance works on the central nervous system, causing one to feel stimulated and excited.

Eating chocolate can be a sensual experience, but it is also good for your health. The right type of chocolate can be loaded with immune-boosting antioxidants, making it very beneficial for the physical heart, the organ we associate with love, caring, bonding, and intimacy. If you`re going to indulge in chocolate regularly, however, dark chocolate is best–as pure and unsweetened as possible. The extra fat and calories in other chocolate products can end up having poor health consequences and anti-aphrodisiac effects.
by Dr. Laurie Steelsmith
* * * * *
Dr. Laurie Steelsmith is a licensed naturopathic physician, acupuncturist, and nutrition expert with a 20-year private practice in Honolulu. A leading spokesperson on natural medicine, she has appeared widely on TV, radio, and in print. She and her husband, Alex Steelsmith, are coauthors of Great Sex, Naturally: Every Woman`s Guide to Enhancing Her Sexuality Through the Secrets of Natural Medicine (Hay House, 2012) and her previous bestseller, Natural Choices for Women`s Health (Three Rivers Press)
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/john-r-talbott/chocolate-nobel-prize_b_2563723.html
I don’t know how many of you saw this article in the New England Journal of Medicine published on October 10, 2012 (Chocolate Consumption, Cognitive Function, and Nobel Laureates). In it, the author, Franz H. Messerli, M.D., claims to have found a strong linear correlation (r=.791) between the amount of chocolate consumed by a country and the number of Nobel Prize winners from that country, both measured on a per capita basis. Dr. Messerli is a cardiologist and director of Clinical Hypertension with St. Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospital.

Here are his findings;

While Messerli warns in his paper that the existence of a correlation does not imply causation, this did not stop the popular media from running stories with these headlines:

Eating Chocolate May Help You Win Nobel Prize” – CBS News

Correlation Between Country’s Chocolate Consumption And Nobel Prize Winners ‘Surprisingly Powerful,’ Says Study” – Associated Press

“Why Chocolate Makes You Smart (or Peaceful)”Psychology Today

Study links eating chocolate to winning Nobels” – USA Today

Messerli’s results immediately got my attention because I have been doing a lot of work lately on sugar and how deleterious it is to one’s diet and its links to obesity, and chocolate often finds itself attached to sugar when consumed. I decided to do my own study to make a point. I decided to see if there was a correlation between the amount of chocolate a country consumes and the number of Winter Olympic medals the country has won over time, both measured on a per capita basis.

While my correlation statistics are not quite as good as Dr Messerli’s, certainly they are strong enough to get published in any respectable academic journal (correlation coefficient =.57). Note: The correlation would have been even better if the Danes and the Irish, both big consumers of chocolate had more than only one Winter Olympic medal won between them.

So what is going on here? Can eating chocolate make you more likely to win a Nobel Prize? If so, then by the same logic it appears that eating chocolate can make you a better skier or skater. Unfortunately, I don’t believe either of these suppositions is correct. I think these false correlations exist because chocolate consumption, Nobel Prize winning and Winter Olympic medals are all correlated with something else which is not ever raised in these studies. What might that something else be. I would argue chocolate consumption, Nobels and Winter Olympic medals increase with the following factors:

  • The average income of a country
  • Whether the country is majority white
  • Whether the country is in northern Europe
  • Whether the country is Scandanavian
  • Whether the country is Sweden (the decider of Nobels)

If these are the true causal variables to how much chocolate is consumed, one cannot conclude that eating more chocolate makes you smarter, or, a better skier. This is a classic problem in statistics known as the omitted variable problem. You can get very good correlation statistics between two, or here three variables which may not be causally related at all, but rather, both are correlated and caused by a third yet undisclosed variable. Alas, if you want to get smarter you will have to go back to reading books and if you want to ski better you will have to hit the slopes. But, if you want to get fat, just keep eating sugar-laced chocolate treats.

John R. Talbott is a best-selling author and economic consultant to families whose books predicted the housing crash and the economic crisis. You can read more about his books, the accuracy of his predictions and his financial consulting activities at www.stopthelying.com

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http://thesop.org/story/20130126/dark-chocolate-is-an-aphrodisiac.html
There`s a biological basis for chocolate`s sexy effects. Dark chocolate possesses substances that affect our moods, energy, and sexual function in truly remarkable ways. Here are three of them.

Increases blood flow to sexual organs.
Chocolate contains L-arginine, an amino acid that can be an effective natural sex-enhancer for both women and men. It works by increasing nitric oxide and promoting blood flow to your sexual organs, which increases sensation, satisfaction, and desire.

Stimulates and elevates mood.
Chocolate is known as a super libido food partly because it is a rich source of PEA, the acronym for phenylethylamine, sometimes referred to as the “love supplement” or the “romance chemical.” As a stimulant and mood elevator, PEA can induce sensations of euphoria–and it`s naturally released by your brain when you`re in love! This chemical promotes the production of the neurotransmitter dopamine, which enhances feelings of well-being, joy, and pleasure.

Acts as an energy booster.
Chocolate really packs an aphrodisiac punch because it also contains the compound theobromine, found in tea and kola nuts as well. This substance works on the central nervous system, causing one to feel stimulated and excited.

Eating chocolate can be a sensual experience, but it is also good for your health. The right type of chocolate can be loaded with immune-boosting antioxidants, making it very beneficial for the physical heart, the organ we associate with love, caring, bonding, and intimacy. If you`re going to indulge in chocolate regularly, however, dark chocolate is best–as pure and unsweetened as possible. The extra fat and calories in other chocolate products can end up having poor health consequences and anti-aphrodisiac effects.
by Dr. Laurie Steelsmith
* * * * *
Dr. Laurie Steelsmith is a licensed naturopathic physician, acupuncturist, and nutrition expert with a 20-year private practice in Honolulu. A leading spokesperson on natural medicine, she has appeared widely on TV, radio, and in print. She and her husband, Alex Steelsmith, are coauthors of Great Sex, Naturally: Every Woman`s Guide to Enhancing Her Sexuality Through the Secrets of Natural Medicine (Hay House, 2012) and her previous bestseller, Natural Choices for Women`s Health (Three Rivers Press)
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/john-r-talbott/chocolate-nobel-prize_b_2563723.html
I don’t know how many of you saw this article in the New England Journal of Medicine published on October 10, 2012 (Chocolate Consumption, Cognitive Function, and Nobel Laureates). In it, the author, Franz H. Messerli, M.D., claims to have found a strong linear correlation (r=.791) between the amount of chocolate consumed by a country and the number of Nobel Prize winners from that country, both measured on a per capita basis. Dr. Messerli is a cardiologist and director of Clinical Hypertension with St. Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospital.

Here are his findings;

While Messerli warns in his paper that the existence of a correlation does not imply causation, this did not stop the popular media from running stories with these headlines:

Eating Chocolate May Help You Win Nobel Prize” – CBS News

Correlation Between Country’s Chocolate Consumption And Nobel Prize Winners ‘Surprisingly Powerful,’ Says Study” – Associated Press

“Why Chocolate Makes You Smart (or Peaceful)”Psychology Today

Study links eating chocolate to winning Nobels” – USA Today

Messerli’s results immediately got my attention because I have been doing a lot of work lately on sugar and how deleterious it is to one’s diet and its links to obesity, and chocolate often finds itself attached to sugar when consumed. I decided to do my own study to make a point. I decided to see if there was a correlation between the amount of chocolate a country consumes and the number of Winter Olympic medals the country has won over time, both measured on a per capita basis.

While my correlation statistics are not quite as good as Dr Messerli’s, certainly they are strong enough to get published in any respectable academic journal (correlation coefficient =.57). Note: The correlation would have been even better if the Danes and the Irish, both big consumers of chocolate had more than only one Winter Olympic medal won between them.

So what is going on here? Can eating chocolate make you more likely to win a Nobel Prize? If so, then by the same logic it appears that eating chocolate can make you a better skier or skater. Unfortunately, I don’t believe either of these suppositions is correct. I think these false correlations exist because chocolate consumption, Nobel Prize winning and Winter Olympic medals are all correlated with something else which is not ever raised in these studies. What might that something else be. I would argue chocolate consumption, Nobels and Winter Olympic medals increase with the following factors:

  • The average income of a country
  • Whether the country is majority white
  • Whether the country is in northern Europe
  • Whether the country is Scandanavian
  • Whether the country is Sweden (the decider of Nobels)

If these are the true causal variables to how much chocolate is consumed, one cannot conclude that eating more chocolate makes you smarter, or, a better skier. This is a classic problem in statistics known as the omitted variable problem. You can get very good correlation statistics between two, or here three variables which may not be causally related at all, but rather, both are correlated and caused by a third yet undisclosed variable. Alas, if you want to get smarter you will have to go back to reading books and if you want to ski better you will have to hit the slopes. But, if you want to get fat, just keep eating sugar-laced chocolate treats.

John R. Talbott is a best-selling author and economic consultant to families whose books predicted the housing crash and the economic crisis. You can read more about his books, the accuracy of his predictions and his financial consulting activities at www.stopthelying.com

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There`s a biological basis for chocolate`s sexy effects. Dark chocolate possesses substances that affect our moods, energy, and sexual function in truly remarkable ways. Here are three of them.

Increases blood flow to sexual organs.
Chocolate contains L-arginine, an amino acid that can be an effective natural sex-enhancer for both women and men. It works by increasing nitric oxide and promoting blood flow to your sexual organs, which increases sensation, satisfaction, and desire.

Stimulates and elevates mood.
Chocolate is known as a super libido food partly because it is a rich source of PEA, the acronym for phenylethylamine, sometimes referred to as the “love supplement” or the “romance chemical.” As a stimulant and mood elevator, PEA can induce sensations of euphoria–and it`s naturally released by your brain when you`re in love! This chemical promotes the production of the neurotransmitter dopamine, which enhances feelings of well-being, joy, and pleasure.

Acts as an energy booster.
Chocolate really packs an aphrodisiac punch because it also contains the compound theobromine, found in tea and kola nuts as well. This substance works on the central nervous system, causing one to feel stimulated and excited.

Eating chocolate can be a sensual experience, but it is also good for your health. The right type of chocolate can be loaded with immune-boosting antioxidants, making it very beneficial for the physical heart, the organ we associate with love, caring, bonding, and intimacy. If you`re going to indulge in chocolate regularly, however, dark chocolate is best–as pure and unsweetened as possible. The extra fat and calories in other chocolate products can end up having poor health consequences and anti-aphrodisiac effects.
by Dr. Laurie Steelsmith
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Dr. Laurie Steelsmith is a licensed naturopathic physician, acupuncturist, and nutrition expert with a 20-year private practice in Honolulu. A leading spokesperson on natural medicine, she has appeared widely on TV, radio, and in print. She and her husband, Alex Steelsmith, are coauthors of Great Sex, Naturally: Every Woman`s Guide to Enhancing Her Sexuality Through the Secrets of Natural Medicine (Hay House, 2012) and her previous bestseller, Natural Choices for Women`s Health (Three Rivers Press)
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I don’t know how many of you saw this article in the New England Journal of Medicine published on October 10, 2012 (Chocolate Consumption, Cognitive Function, and Nobel Laureates). In it, the author, Franz H. Messerli, M.D., claims to have found a strong linear correlation (r=.791) between the amount of chocolate consumed by a country and the number of Nobel Prize winners from that country, both measured on a per capita basis. Dr. Messerli is a cardiologist and director of Clinical Hypertension with St. Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospital.

Here are his findings;

While Messerli warns in his paper that the existence of a correlation does not imply causation, this did not stop the popular media from running stories with these headlines:

Eating Chocolate May Help You Win Nobel Prize” – CBS News

Correlation Between Country’s Chocolate Consumption And Nobel Prize Winners ‘Surprisingly Powerful,’ Says Study” – Associated Press

“Why Chocolate Makes You Smart (or Peaceful)”Psychology Today

Study links eating chocolate to winning Nobels” – USA Today

Messerli’s results immediately got my attention because I have been doing a lot of work lately on sugar and how deleterious it is to one’s diet and its links to obesity, and chocolate often finds itself attached to sugar when consumed. I decided to do my own study to make a point. I decided to see if there was a correlation between the amount of chocolate a country consumes and the number of Winter Olympic medals the country has won over time, both measured on a per capita basis.

While my correlation statistics are not quite as good as Dr Messerli’s, certainly they are strong enough to get published in any respectable academic journal (correlation coefficient =.57). Note: The correlation would have been even better if the Danes and the Irish, both big consumers of chocolate had more than only one Winter Olympic medal won between them.

So what is going on here? Can eating chocolate make you more likely to win a Nobel Prize? If so, then by the same logic it appears that eating chocolate can make you a better skier or skater. Unfortunately, I don’t believe either of these suppositions is correct. I think these false correlations exist because chocolate consumption, Nobel Prize winning and Winter Olympic medals are all correlated with something else which is not ever raised in these studies. What might that something else be. I would argue chocolate consumption, Nobels and Winter Olympic medals increase with the following factors:

  • The average income of a country
  • Whether the country is majority white
  • Whether the country is in northern Europe
  • Whether the country is Scandanavian
  • Whether the country is Sweden (the decider of Nobels)

If these are the true causal variables to how much chocolate is consumed, one cannot conclude that eating more chocolate makes you smarter, or, a better skier. This is a classic problem in statistics known as the omitted variable problem. You can get very good correlation statistics between two, or here three variables which may not be causally related at all, but rather, both are correlated and caused by a third yet undisclosed variable. Alas, if you want to get smarter you will have to go back to reading books and if you want to ski better you will have to hit the slopes. But, if you want to get fat, just keep eating sugar-laced chocolate treats.

John R. Talbott is a best-selling author and economic consultant to families whose books predicted the housing crash and the economic crisis. You can read more about his books, the accuracy of his predictions and his financial consulting activities at www.stopthelying.com

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