This Healthylicious Delights 8-1 Choco Mix is a potent blend of mango seed kernel, native cacao, moringa and stevia.
MANGO SEED KERNEL
The mango seed kernel is rich in fibers, digestive enzymes and polyphenols. Polyphenols, especially the fruit- and vegetable-based are known as powerful anti-oxidants that protect the body from premature aging, disease and decay. They contribute to the prevention of cardiovascular diseases, hypertension, cancers, osteoporosis and infections. They also have potential in the prevention of neurodegenerative diseases and diabetes milletus. This is because polyphenol compounds have the capacities to quench lipid peroxidation, prevent DNA oxidative damage, scavenge free radicals and prevent inhibition of cell communication (Masebo and He, 2008).
Moringa leaves are rich in many important nutrients, including protein, vitamin B6, vitamin C, riboflavin and iron. It is rich in various antioxidants, including quercetin and cholorogenic acid. Moringa leaf powder can increase blood antioxidant levels. It can lower cholesterol levels in the blood, which should lead to reduced risk of heart disease.
The Healthylicious Delights 8-1 Choco Mix is doubly good as it is sweetened with Stevia. Stevia is an herb that originally came from South America. It is a naturally-occuring, zero calorie sweeter. It is considered 100 to 200 times sweeter than cane sugar. Yet it does not raise blood sugar levels like cane sugar and other sweeteners.
Mango Kernel Powder, Native Cacao Powder, Moringa Leaves Powder, Stevia Leaves Extract Powder, Mangosteen Extract Powder, Gotu Cola Extract Powder, Non-Dairy Creamer and Calcium Lactate.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Pour the contents of the Healthylicious Delights 8-1 Choco Mix in a cup. Add 240 ml. of hot water. Stir well. Serve and enjoy.
Store the Healthylicious Delights 8-1 Choco Mix in a cool dry place.
PACKAGING AND NET WEIGHT
The Healthylicious Delights 8-1 Choco Mix is packed in a plastic sachet and weighs 21 grams per sachet.
Reference including literature cited herein:
Masebo and He 2008. Major Mango Polyphenols and Their Potential Significance to Human Health. Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safey 2008, 7(4), 309-319.