1 THE CRAVING IS REAL
There’s no solid proof that it’s addictive, but part of chocolate’s health boost is that it contains a number of chemicals that improve your mood and even simulate the feeling of being in love, which can make you crave it. These include serotonin, which helps you relax; phenylethylamine, which prompts your brain to release the feel-good neurotransmitter dopamine; and anandamide, the bliss molecule that targets the brain’s pleasure receptors.
2 IT MIGHT BOOST BRAIN HEALTH
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