Cocoa beans are the fermented seeds of the cacao tree, whose Latin name is Theobroma cacao, The cacao tree stands about 12-25 feet tall and grows naturally in tropical climates. The fruit of the cocoa tree is a pod full of sweet pulp enfolding a cluster of about 20-40 cacao seeds. Today, it is produced across the world, Along with its well-established role in the manufacturing of chocolate, the healing and medicinal benefits of cocoa have been appreciated since the ancient Mayan and Aztec civilizations were ruling. Cocoa and chocolate are diverse terminologies. Cocoa refers to the low-fat constituent of the finely ground cacao beans. These ground beans, known as cocoa liquor or cocoa mass, also contain cocoa butter, which is a non-dairy, naturally occurring fat present in cacao beans. About 50-60% of cocoa liquor consists of cocoa butter.

  • Lowers High Blood Pressure
  • Antioxidant Capacity
  • Improves Brain Health
  • Balances Cholesterol Levels
  • Treats Diabetes
  • Speeds up Healing

Nutritional fact per 100g
Calories 228
Total fat 14 g
Cholesterol 0
Total Carbohydrate 58 g
Dietary fiber 33 g
Protein 20g
Iron 77%
Calcium 12%

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