The famous blue pill that works wonders in their sexual life of men could be replaced with chocolate.

Swedish chocolate manufacturer, Barry Callebut, has received approval from the European Food Safety Authority on the claim that blood flow can be improved cocoa.The company claims that its product can have a similar effect to that produced by Viagra, the only difference being that the latter act locally.

The Aztecs believed that chocolate is an aphrodisiac which is why it was so appreciated in this society that could be used as currency.

However, until now, most studies have shown that the primary compounds should have this effect (phenylethylamine and tryptophan) are present in modest quantities in commercial chocolate so that the effect is minimal.

Now, however, those from Barry Callebut conducted a study that revealed that flavonoids present in cocoa can increase blood flow. Usually, flavonoids are removed during the chocolate production process. Callebut Barry argues that this removal is not necessary, so that the manufacturer has managed to keep up to 80% of flavonoids in its new product called Acticoa.

If you have not heard of Barry Callebut, you should know that it is the largest chocolate manufacturer in the world.

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