Hot cocoa is a delicious drink. invented in cold area. Its usefulness is undeniable. Cocoa helps improve your mood and rejuvenate. To cheer myself and cheer myself up, it’s enough to make one Cup of cocoa, it’s useful to take after a hard day full of mental or physical activity. Cocoa is considered a great antidepressant, and many people prefer in the morning instead of coffee to enjoy a Cup of cocoa. Morning cocoa adds vitality and energizing, and night, this
drink can be consumed to relieve fatigue and stress.
If you think that cocoa is a drink exclusively young children. and for adults it is not interested, then you are sadly mistaken. After you cook it’s my recipe, for sure will love it and change your mind.
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The benefits of green tea for weight loss in China was already known long ago, during the reign of the first emperors. What is the benefit of green tea is why there are many diets on green tea and whether it helps to lose weight – these are the questions we will try to find answers.
Green tea is a healthy beverage is not only for weight loss but for overall health. Green tea is a good immune system, positively affects nervous and cardiovascular systems. It is rich in caffeine, which energizes throughout the day, invigorates and is much more delicate than coffee.
The green tea contains many antioxidants that are very beneficial to the
body, improve the condition and color of the skin, improve digestion. Antioxidants rejuvenate the skin, reduce wrinkles and with regular intake of green tea, you will notice how your skin looks younger and the wrinkles disappear.
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The divine drink in the home: hot chocolate in a slow cooker
Recipe of hot chocolate with cinnamon in slow cooker
1 square of dark chocolate (100g) 300 ml milk 2.5% fat 200 ml of 10% cream 1 cinnamon stick
Whether you love chocolate, how I love it? If Yes, I think hot chocolate in a slow cooker you too will love it. This divine drink from cacao beans came to Europe from America, where it is still in pre-Columbian times, the Maya and the Aztecs consumed for ritual purposes. True, the chocolate had little in common with the familiar we treat and drank it cold, and the added chilli. Europeans changed the recipe, removed the Chile, began to drink the hot chocolate and began to add sugar on it. Until the mid-19th century, Continue reading