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These Chocolate Squares Claim To Reverse The Aging Process

These Chocolate Squares Claim To Reverse The Aging Process
Health

A group of researchers from Cambridge University have developed a candy bar that promises to give you a youthful glow

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 23 september 2016

Though the link between chocolate consumption and acne has been a highly debated topic among researchers, the mere prospect of greasy skin is enough to deter many from eating the delicacy. Now, a spinoff lab from Cambridge University is promising the opposite effect with the launch of its new candy bar Esthechoc, a treat promised to slow the aging process.

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Using an antioxidant found in salmon named astaxanthin—which is also the same antioxidant that ‘keeps goldfish gold and flamingos pink’ according to the researchers—coupled with the same amount of free-radical-fighting polyphenols found in 100 grams of dark chocolate, the promise of a glowing face has never tasted this good. Research has shown positive results for the 50 and 60 year-old testers whose skin biomarkers matched those of 20 or 30 year olds, with decreased inflammation in their skin and a generally healthier tissue state.

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