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Be a Super Mom with Mocca Shots

Moms, you’re busy. You’re a master at juggling the impossible and being in 10 places at once, or at least trying to be. Time and energy are two important things that are hard to find when you’re knee-deep in summer camp registration or answering the middle-of-the-night request for water, book, snack or even a dance […]

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Mocca Shots High Energy Gummies Go Onto University Campuses

SEATTLE, Washington – Mocca Shots High Caffeine Gummies by Seattle Gummy Company (SGC) are now available on campuses in four universities: University of Washington in Seattle WA (http://www.ubookstore.com) Syracuse University in Syracuse, NY (https://bookweb.syr.edu) Swarthmore College in Swarthmore, PA (http://store.swarthmore.edu/home) Haverford College in Haverford, PA (http://haverfordbookstore.com/home.aspx) Acclaimed as an energy product with the highest caffeine concentration available […]

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Dutch Process Cocoa Powder

There seems to be a lot of chocolates named after places in Europe. Swiss, German, Dutch… While Swiss and German are types of chocolate, Dutch is a process that has been applied to cocoa that neutralizes the natural acidity and gives it a milder taste compared with natural cocoa. Cocoa powder is derived from cocoa […]

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Cocoa flavanols improve symptoms for coronary artery disease

A study published on the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC) found that high concentrations of cocoa flavanols decrease blood pressure, improve the health of blood vessels and increase the number of circulating blood-vessel-forming cells in patients with heart disease. The findings indicate that foods rich in flavanols — such as cocoa products, blueberry, and […]

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Upping coffee consumption could help you live longer

Coffee is the world’s most popular beverages.   A large population study drawing on data from over half a million Europeans suggests that coffee could have a range of health benefits, by revealing an association between higher coffee consumption and a reduced risk of death from all causes. The research was carried out by scientists from […]

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Coffee or beer? The choice could affect the pace of your aging

Coffee and beer are polar opposites in the beverage world: coffee picks you up, and beer winds you down. It seems that these two popular drinks may also have opposite effects on telomeres — the end points of chromosomal DNA, implicated in aging. Working with a kind of yeast that shares many important genetic similarities […]

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Caffeine boosts enzyme that could protect against dementia

Caffeine has well-known short-term stimulating effects on central nervous system, but the long-term impacts on cognition have been less clear. Scientists from Indiana University (IU) just gave those of us, who live on coffee and tea, another reason to enjoy that steaming cup of mocha. It turns out that caffeine not long gives you that […]

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Where Did Pumpkin Spice Come From?

The smell and taste of pumpkin pie in unmistakable, and until recently a completely unavoidable part of fall. Everything has been pumpkin-spicified (including our own pumpkin spice Mocca Shots). Where does it come from, what is it made of and are there any benefits to indulging in that pumpkin spice latte? Pumpkin spice isn’t a […]

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Eating chocolate may reduce risk of heart disease

If you need one more excuse for your cocoa/chocolate addition, here it is: scientists from the University of Cambridge found that higher levels of chocolate consumption have been associated with a 37% reduction in the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, 31% reduction in diabetes and a 29% reduction for stroke. Previous research has shown that […]

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Compounds from cocoa combat diabetes

We have seen many health benefits of dark chocolate. For example, scientists have found out that dark chocolate can help feed the good bacteria in our gut to produce anti-inflammatory compounds; that the flavonols found in chocolate could ward off age-related memory decline; and that higher consumption of the treat has been linked to lower body fat levels. […]

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