Bridge Brands Chocolate Launches TECH LOVER’S CHOCOLATE. Techies and foodies take note: studies show that dark chocolate increases blood flow to the brain and contains several chemical compounds that have a positive effect on cognitive function.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) January 15, 2012
Bridge Brands Chocolate™ www.bridgebrandschocolate.com, also known as The San Francisco Chocolate Factory™, has just released TECH LOVER’S CHOCOLATE™ complete with Smartphone inspired packaging.
This reusable Smartphone inspired-tin won’t send a text or an email, but it will satisfy even the most high-tech chocolate craving! And considering all the health benefits of chocolate, foodies and techies will be smart just for consuming the contents. The TECH LOVER’S CHOCOLATE Tins are loaded with 3.0 oz of our gourmet 72% Dark Chocolate Drops. And best of all, it’ll never need an upgrade or a recharge! (Until the chocolate inside is gone, of course!) Available in 8-Tin displays for retailers and single tins for consumers. These tins make a great gift for techies or for those who love their Smartphones as much as they love delicious, gourmet quality chocolate!
Bridge Brands Chocolate CEO Mike Litton thinks new TECH LOVER’S CHOCOLATE will appeal to smart workaholic types who are addicted to their work, Smartphones and chocolate. “Chocolate is well known to increase cognitive function so our product may actually help techies get their products to market faster because their staff will work smarter as they enjoy a high quality gourmet chocolate.”
Chocolate is good for the brain. Dark chocolate contains several chemical compounds that have a positive effect on your mood and cognitive health. Chocolate contains Phenylethylamine (PEA), which stimulates the brain creates to release a beta endorphin peptide that has an analgesic effect and gives a feeling of well-being. Because PEA encourages the brain to release endorphins, eating dark chocolate makes people feel happier. Dark chocolate also contains caffeine, a mild stimulant. However, dark chocolate contains much less caffeine than coffee. A 1.5 ounce serving of dark chocolate contains 27 mg of caffeine, compared to the 200 mg found in an eight ounce cup of coffee. Look for Tech Lover’s Chocolate at the 37th Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco January 15-18th 2012. Bridge Brands Chocolate’s Booth is #206.
Bridge Brands Chocolate™ was created to provide chocolate lovers with gourmet-quality, superbly packaged chocolate at a non-gourmet price. Since debuting as The San Francisco Chocolate Factory in 1999, Bridge Brands Chocolate™ has become a favorite with chocolate lovers nationwide.
Why Bridge Brands?
One of the greatest bridges between two hearts is chocolate, so we’ve chosen Bridge Brands Chocolate™ as our new name. Chocolate is proven to be good for the heart and good for the soul-it creates a stir of passion and evokes love.
Known for our unique, custom packaged gourmet chocolates, Bridge Brands Chocolate’s™ many different brands-now together under one great company-offer a chocolate opportunity for everyone.
From our Tea, Coffee and Wine Lover’s Chocolates, to the souvenir Landmark Collection, the kid friendly got milk? chocolate series to our easy on-the-go Chocolate by Numbers and newest Say It With Chocolate series, you’ll find gourmet chocolates perfect for every day and for special occasions. Give Bridge Brands Chocolate™ as a gift to each “special someone.”
Bridge Brands Chocolate’s™ sales have rapidly expanded beyond the shores of the Bay Area-thanks to the many visitors who bring the chocolate tins home as souvenirs.
Washington: Dark chocolate and red wine have “positive components that are good for your heart”, a new study has claimed.
According to Susan Ofria from Gottlieb Memorial Hospital, red wine and dark chocolate with a cocoa content of 70 percent or higher contain resveratrol, which has been found to lower blood sugar. Red wine is also a source of catechins, which could help improve “good” HDL cholesterol.
“You are not even choosing between the lesser of two evils, red wine and dark chocolate have positive components that are actually good for
your heart,” Newswise quoted Ofria, a registered dietitian at the Loyola University Health System’s Melrose Park campus as saying.
Ofria, who is also a nutrition educator, has also recommended a list of heart-healthy ingredients for February, which is national heart month, and for good heart health all year.
Along with red wine and dark chocolate, the list of heath-healthy food comprises of salmon or tuna, especially white, or albacore, tuna and salmon, as they “are excellent sources of omega-3 fatty acids, and canned salmon contains soft bones that give an added boost of calcium intake.”
Next comes golden or brown flaxseeds, followed by oatmeal and black or kidney beans. Walnuts and almonds, which “contain omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin E,
magnesium, fiber and heart-favorable mono- and polyunsaturated fats”, come next in the list.
Blueberries, cranberries, raspberries and strawberries, which “are a good source of beta carotene and lutein, anthocyanin, ellagic acid, vitamin C, folate, potassium and fiber,” round off the top eight heart-healthy foods.
Chocolate with Bill & Sheila
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