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Feel Free to Prosper Valentine Workshop: All You Need Is LoveViews: 370
Jun 08, 2008 5:45 pm re: Feel Free to Prosper Valentine Workshop: Loving Chocolate

Marilyn Jenett


FFTP Members,

I had contacted the two websites mentioned in my segment above entitled "Loving Chocolate" to request permission to reprint the portions of their material if I turn this workshop into an upcoming eBook.

Mother Earth News asked that I attribute credit to their specific material. I did not hear back from the second website.

So, to respect that request, I would like to also attribute credit in this online workshop, to the following quoted references:


"This amino acid helps trigger the release of endorphins...which provide a sense of well-being."

"As if the Valentine's Day chocolate tradition needed an even greater boost, it is speculated that phenylethylamine is the chemical that the brain releases when people fall in love."

"It is also said that the carbohydrates in chocolate help the brain release serotonin, a neurotransmitter that plays a central role in simply feeling peaceful and well. Concerning the fat issue, even though cocoa butter is a saturated fat, recent research shows that stearic acid, unlike other saturated fats, doesn't raise cholesterol levels. (The exception would be milk chocolate, which contains milk solids). No wonder folks fall in love with chocolate."

(by Anne Vassal, "For Love of Chocolate," MOTHER EARTH NEWS, February 1992)

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