New production technology of chocolate promises effect of viagra

June 17, 2017
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The Swiss company, which produces chocolate, has completed work on the creation of technology that will increase the contents in the tasty products of special nutrients. These substances improve the blood supply to certain tissues of the body.

The scientific division of Barry Callebut, the headquarters of which is located in the Swiss city of Zurich (Zurich, Switzerland), recently received official approval of the results from the European Agency for food safety (European Food Safety Authority).

The study, which was conducted by specialists of the world’s largest manufacturer of chocolate products, focused on the impact of flavanols, a component of cocoa beans to the blood flow to the tissues of the human body. Flavanols are a type of flavonoids and have potent antioxidant properties. These substances also have a beneficial effect on the condition of the blood vessels.

However, the existing technology for the production of chocolate significantly reduces the content of flavanols even dark chocolate – and so many favorite milk chocolate has virtually none.

The company also reported that technologists Barry Callebut managed to develop a method of production of chocolate, in which the end product remains up to 80% of useful compounds without compromising its taste.
In the European mass-media there were messages that in all likelihood when, after final approval by the relevant departments of the EU will start the production of chocolate with a high content of flavanols and drinks on its basis, the company will position the new products as having aphrodisiac properties.

The authors of these publications indicate that the ability to improve blood flow to the tissues built the legendary effect of the drug viagra, redeemed men from the failures in bed.

In response to countless questions about chocolate with the properties of viagra Rafael Vermouth (Raphael Wermuth), representative Barry Callebut public relations pointedly noted that the exact answer he can give only after the company receives official approval from the EU for the production of new products.

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