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M&M Chocolate Sweets Everyone?

Published on 9/22/2012
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M&M Chocolate Sweets Everyone? Chocolate's Drug-Like Effect Chocolate has an effect on the brain similar to opium, a study has shown. The discovery may explain why the tempting treat is so hard to resist. A natural brain chemical called enkephalin surged as rats began to eat M&M chocolate sweets. When a drug was used to stimulate the dorsal neostriatum, the brain region releasing the chemical, they more than doubled the number of M&Ms they ate. Enkephalin is an endorphin with similar properties to opium. In the brain, it binds to molecular "receptors" sensitive to opiate chemicals to reduce pain and produce pleasurable feelings. The US findings are published in the journal Current Biology. (NZ Health News) Free radicals arise from both internal and external sources, including breathing, metabolism, inflammation, pollution, sunlight, exercise, smoking and consuming alcohol. Oxidative stress occurs when free radicals are inadequately neutralized by the body's antioxidant defense system, or when they overwhelm antioxidants. Protandim reduces oxidative stress by 40-70% and increases Glutathione by 300%. Take 1 Protandim a day! it's worth an investment for health! Order Protandim here: http://ibourl.com/y2s
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