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Tone
one heaping spoon of Hershey's Special Dark 100% Cocoa powder

one serving scoop of chocolate soy protein powder

1/4th a teaspoon of cloves

1 teaspoon cinnamon

2 to 4 teaspoons of sugar

Purified water (distilled or reverse osmosis)


Guess what two spices happen to have the highest ORAC Values and the 1st and 3rd highest over all of all substances tested?

http://oracvalues.com/sort/orac-value

Also dont go to far down to find cocoa with a value of over 80 thousand
Rick
Maybe add some lime juice for vitamin C?
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Interesting. I do wonder how the ORAC value gets calculated, though.
Hey Hey
Those cloves (oil of) certainly gave my toothache some relief recently. So I have nothing but praise for cloves.
Hey Hey
QUOTE(Tone @ Feb 23, 2009, 11:39 PM) *

one heaping spoon of Hershey's Special Dark 100% Cocoa powder

one serving scoop of chocolate soy protein powder

1/4th a teaspoon of cloves

1 teaspoon cinnamon

2 to 4 teaspoons of sugar

Purified water (distilled or reverse osmosis)


Guess what two spices happen to have the highest ORAC Values and the 1st and 3rd highest over all of all substances tested?

http://oracvalues.com/sort/orac-value

Also dont go to far down to find cocoa with a value of over 80 thousand
A whole teaspoon of cinnamon? Wow, you like your tastes strong!
Rick
I think I would add a scoop or two of vanilla ice cream to tone it down a bit.
Hey Hey
QUOTE(Rick @ Feb 24, 2009, 04:41 PM) *

I think I would add a scoop or two of vanilla ice cream to tone it down a bit.
Now that does sound good!
Rick
Yes, and there was no pun on the thread starter's name intended!
Tone
QUOTE(Hey Hey @ Feb 23, 2009, 10:35 PM) *

QUOTE(Tone @ Feb 23, 2009, 11:39 PM) *

one heaping spoon of Hershey's Special Dark 100% Cocoa powder

one serving scoop of chocolate soy protein powder

1/4th a teaspoon of cloves

1 teaspoon cinnamon

2 to 4 teaspoons of sugar

Purified water (distilled or reverse osmosis)


Guess what two spices happen to have the highest ORAC Values and the 1st and 3rd highest over all of all substances tested?

http://oracvalues.com/sort/orac-value

Also dont go to far down to find cocoa with a value of over 80 thousand
A whole teaspoon of cinnamon? Wow, you like your tastes strong!



Yeah well i know you you dont believe in wasting money as far as supplements. cinnamon actually ends up having a higher free radical destroying capacity than any capsule you can buy, unless its cinnamon capsules. and cinnamon is dirt cheap. and i do like a strong flavor, cinnamon isnt that strong, its the cloves that are strong.

people think chocolate is bad for you. that's nonsense. cocoa is a bean that is rich in poly-phenols. a chocolate water drink doesn't have butter or milk fat a cake or bar would have. there nothing in the drink that is bad for you , unless a person considers a couple of spoons of sugar "bad". i don't. its less than soda has.

so thats why i call this "health drink"
jack2009
Unlike most supplements, these products are made from organic foods, not synthetics. Visit the Naturally Nova Scotia website for more information.
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QUOTE(jack2009 @ Apr 01, 2009, 07:05 AM) *

Unlike most supplements, these products are made from organic foods, not synthetics. Visit the Naturally Nova Scotia website for more information.

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Hey Hey
QUOTE(code buttons @ Apr 01, 2009, 05:20 PM) *

QUOTE(jack2009 @ Apr 01, 2009, 07:05 AM) *

Unlike most supplements, these products are made from organic foods, not synthetics. Visit the Naturally Nova Scotia website for more information.

Spammers are not welcome here
Probably some pal of Trips out to make a buck! wink.gif
alisha99
I think you can add more health drinks.
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