Xocai Healthy Chocolate vs. "Regular" Chocolate:
Nature's Ultimate Antioxidant Source

Why Do You Need Antioxidants?

What's Wrong With "Regular" Chocolate?

What Makes Xocai Healthy Chocolate Different From "Regular" Chocolate?

How Do Free Radicals Damage Healthy Cells?

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Everyone has heard of free radicals. It's well known that these rogue molecules damage healthy cells, which in turn results in unhealthy tissues, organs and eventually, an unhealthy body.
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Xocai Healthy Chocolate is packed with vital nutrients, especially antioxidants.  Here's a few examples of how Xocai Healthy Chocolate (a new catagory of superfoods) stack up to traditional "antioxidant rich" foods
Oxidation also occurs when an unstable, free radical molecules of oxygen steals an electron from other molecules. The "victim" molecule is said to become “oxidized.” The "victim" molecule then becomes unstable itself, and whatever structure it was part of becomes degraded. This oxidation process is precisely how bananas turn brown or how rust is formed when iron is exposed to oxygen over time.  Over time, the destructive tendencies of oxidation will wreak havoc in our bodies.

Fortunately, cacao, the nutritional source of Xocai Healthy Chocolate, is nature's top source of antioxidants.  Antioxidants
foods such as fruits antioxidant drinks (the real antioxidant drinks), or foods high in antioxidants each day in order to meet your specific daily requirements of antioxidant healthy foods?

The solution is found in the extremely high antioxidant Xocai Heallthy Chocolate products - the ultimate "antioxidant superfoods”.

are nutrients that neutralize free radicals and slow their damage.

The USDA recommends a Daily Antioxidants Intake Range of 3,000 to 5,000 ORAC (antioxidant rich foods) as a minimum to cope with the average rate of oxidation. Those who are less healthy or have more active lifestyles require higher levels of antioxidants.  For example, if you exercise, drink alcohol or have diabetes and/or live a busy/stressful life, then the amount of antioxidant healthy foods you consume needs to be doubled or tripled.

So... Is it possible to consume enough antioxidant healthy
Most chocolate products not really "healthy" primarily because of the way their content is processed. Traditional processing means that the chocolate is heated, alkalized and combined with artificial and unhealthy ingredients, all of which destroys the cacao's powerful antioxidants and degrades it's nutritional content.
•Alkalizing (also called "dutching") neutralizes its antioxidants
•Antioxidants are sensitive to heat - heating further destroys its antioxidants and other vital nutrients
•Adding waxes, milk solids, hydrogenated oils and sugar further degrade the antioxidant content of cacao

•Xocai's proprietary cold-processing preserves antioxidants and other crucial nutrients
•Xocai does not alkalize its chocolate
•Xocai uses only natural cocoa butter, sweeteners and other natural ingredients
•Xocai Healthy Chocoalate contains no artificial ingredients
•Xocai is THE "category creator" and LEADER of the healthy chocolate industry

Xocai Healthy Chocolate vs. "Regular" Chocolate - Compare The Difference

Uses Cold Processed Cacao
Uses Only Natural Cocoa Butter
Uses Only Natural Sweeteners
Does Not Alkalize
Does Not Use Fillers, Waxes, Oils or Milk Solids
Preserves Optimal Levels of Antioxidants & Other Nutrients
Uses Only Ethically Produced Cacao
Xocai Healthy Chocolate
"Regular" Chocolate
Taste The Xocai Difference

All body cells use oxygen to make energy and to function. Oxidization occurs every time oxygen is burnt as a food for energy. The oxygen mixes with different compounds (proteins, fat, etc.) or molecules to form highly unstable and highly reactive molecules called free radicals.