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Response: Flavanols in normal cocoa

I can't comment on powdered cocoa, but there are more flavanols in dark chocolate than milk or white varieties. This study indicates the flavanoid content in each type: http://bit.ly/PfFgzR

The flavanol content is also affected by the chocolate making process, including type of cocoa tree, country of origin and drying temperatures. http://bit.ly/Lwpgp8

Mars has a high flavanol cocoa extract supplement called CocoaVia

Posted by Oliver Nieburg
16 August 2012 | 16h24

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