Take advantage of the health benefits of chocolate with this informative guide Dark chocolate sales are on the rise as people embrace the concept that chocolate can truly be good for them. But how do they know what to eat, how much, and which kinds are the best? The Chocolate Therapist answers these questions and more. This book has everything a person needs to know to select the best chocolate for health. Both informative and entertaining, it includes alphabetized ailments, each with a chocolate recommendation, followed by supporting research as to how and why it helps the body. The Chocolate Therapist also includes a collection of chocolate necessities: Wine a chocolate pairing section with over 40 wines and three chocolate pairings for each wine. Wine aroma and chocolate flavor wheels to help readers discovers new flavors and combinations in both the wines and the chocolates. The Chocolate Bible: A unique compilation of websites, chocolate companies, international brands and research sites. AqWhere Do You Hide Your Chocolateq section, a laugh-out-loud chapter for anyone who has ever hidden a piece of chocolate Over 60 alphabetized ailments from Alzheimer's to Weight Loss The Chocolate Therapist helps readers discover what author Julie Pech has known for years. The only difference between guilt-ridden and guilt-free chocolate enjoyment is simply education, and this book has it all!Adventurous Chocolate Pairings Conservative: Milk and dark chocolate together, either melted and lightly swirled or a bite ... spicy, oregano, tobacco, anise, smoke, violet, rose Notes: Salt has a tendency to make tannic wines slightly sweeter, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Chocolate Therapist|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2010-09-24|