Why does eating Chocolate Make you feel better ??
There it is staring at me..... so I buy it... I take it home.....sit down with a nice cup of tea....eat the whole bar....then feel so bad about my self
I don't know, but I just now, because of your question, remembered that I have some, and I shall now consume it, and feel better!
Science says there is something in chocolate that makes your brain send out endorphins similar to that of when you climax during sex (seriously don't laugh, I read this somewhere!). So there's your answer now don't feel so bad about yourself. Or, if your on a diet, then you know what else you can do that will also qualify as exercise :-) lol
Chocolate contains theobromine and phenethylamine, chemicals that make your brain release endorphins and serotonin (which are "feel good chemicals").
it has the same chemical your body produces when you are in love.
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