Some of the Yummiest Versions of Dark Chocolate

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Bliss Cara Crakine Truffle Dark Chocolate:

Yummiest truffle in town with all crunchy and crisp rich hazelnut praline.

Bliss Cinnamon Dark Chocolate

Fresh, chocolaty, and sweet, this cinnamon chocolate is one of the best feel-good foods in existence. Beautiful blend of these flavors brings out the best.

Bliss Coconut Dark Chocolate

Shredded coconut and dark chocolate goes well when mixed together. Both flavors are unique and tastes amazing together.

Bliss Dress Noissette Dark Chocolate

Hazelnut praline and pistachios nestle in the heart of this dark chocolate, brought together by a sweet marzipan layer that gives the chocolate just the right sweetness it needs. One of the best dark chocolate available.

Bliss Fresh Mint Dark Chocolate

Bitter taste of dark chocolate and freshness of mint is perfect for those who needs little adventure in their mouth. 

Bliss Hazzlenut Truffle Dark Chocolate

A luxurious mix of roasted hazelnuts and 55% rich dark chocolate is the ultimate choice of food lovers.

Bliss Masala Chai Dark Chocolate

Never seen before the combination of spiced tea with dark chocolate speaks of brilliance and madness.

Bliss Rich Dark Chocolate

A classic favorite, Rich Dark is a Blissful symphony of flavors with fruity, floral, and earthy notes naturally present in the 55% dark chocolate, perfect for the discerning tongue.

Bliss Rum N Raisin Dark Chocolate

Creamy ganache. Dark chocolate. Utter Bliss. Juicy, plump rum-flavored raisins. Need we say more?

Bliss Salted Cacao Crunch Truffle Dark Chocolate

An exotic truffle with a soft center rich dark ganache in a shell of caramelized cocoa nibs

Bliss Vanilla Dark Chocolate

This chocolate is filled with creamy vanilla bean extract and white chocolate ganache, it is sinfully good.

Dark chocolates help us in protecting our cardiovascular system. It is because they are high in antioxidants. Antioxidant protects our body cells from harmful chemicals. Flavanols, polyphenols and catechins are few of the antioxidants found in cocoa beans, which is the main component of any chocolate.

Flavonoids present in cocoa beans give dark chocolates its peculiar strong, pungent bitter taste. More the chocolate is processed; the more cocoa tends to lose its benefits.   So therefore, dark chocolates have the highest levels of flavanols and are bitter in taste. Good manufactures tend to keep the flavanols intact in their dark chocolates.

Polyphenols prevent many dangerous diseases like cancer, heart disease and diabetes. They help to reduce the buildup of fat in the blood vessels, increase HDL and prevent blood clots. People who eat dark chocolates regularly have lower chances of getting inflammatory disease.

Catechins are strongest of all antioxidants. It destroys free radicals and protects man from degenerative diseases. It has a strong sterilizing effect and prevents viral infections like flu. It stimulates the immune system of the body. Catechin also helps in maintaining the blood pressure, cholesterol levels and reduces stress. Above all it also reduces the body fat.

Dark chocolates not only entice our taste buds but also prevent many life threatening diseases. They are also a rich source of fiber, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc manganese, selenium and copper. Darker the chocolate, healthier it will be. It is advisable to eat chocolates with 65%- 80% cocoa.  Getting our nutrients directly from food is advisable than taking a pill. Also, eating a dark chocolate has no side effects that many multi vitamin pills may have. Antioxidants present in chocolates also reduce the pain and stiffness of joints.

Richa Mithal