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CHOCOLATE DOESN'T ASK QUESTIONS CHOCOLATE UNDERSTANDS



In my search for small gestures to make mestruation days easier, I was browsing the internet and came across the topic of CHOCOLATE.


The sudden craving for chocolate in the premenstrual phase seems to be more of a request for help from our body than a simple whim.


In fact, significant changes occur in the female body


1. decrease in the production of serotonin "the good mood hormone"


This is also the reason why we feel sad and melancholic more often before menstruation. To help the body produce more serotonin, which makes us feel better, happier and more relaxed, the natural tendency is to eat carbohydrates and sweets! This is why pasta, bread and treats of all kinds are particularly welcome in the premenstrual phase.


2. drop in blood sugar levels

for hormonal reasons, which stimulates the appetite and in particular the desire for sugary foods to bring the blood sugar level back into balance.


3. MAGNESIUM deficiency

It has been found that the body is often less able to absorb the necessary amount of an essential substance during the premenstrual period: magnesium.



Marc Widmer, Swiss Mâitre Chocolatier, has taken up the question of CHOCOLATE AND WOMEN and created a truly enchanting chocolate bar;


FRAUENMOND




A chocolate bar specially developed to relieve menstrual cramps

Marc Widmer's creation for Chocolate with love contains 60% chocolate combined with 17 organic herbs with pain-relieving properties that are harvested in the Swiss mountains.

According to the Swiss confectioner, the effect of the flavonoids contained in chocolate, combined with the beneficial ingredients of the mountain herbs, favours the production of serotonin, also known as the "good mood hormone".

In addition, chocolate naturally contains magnesium, a mineral whose anti-inflammatory and calming properties have long been recognised and are often used in preparations for premenstrual syndrome and menstrual pain.

Marc Widmer worked with herbalist Claudai Juma to find the right dose to give his recipe its calming effect.

However, therapeutic chocolate is not a medicine and has no contraindications.

have i whetted your appetite for chocolate? use the discount code LOVE20 to get an instant discount on your chocolate moon...

https://frauenmond-chocolate.com

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