How Chocolate is Made Chocolate was found in Latin America, where cacao trees grow in the wild. In England 1847, Fry and Sons presented the first chocolate that was unsuccessful because of the bitter taste. Later on after few experiment, Daniel Peter introduced chocolate in its current look in 1874. Many people have different opinions about chocolate category like white chocolate, dark chocolate, and milk chocolate. In fact, the scent of chocolate growths theta brain waves, which generate relaxation.
Cadburys Chocolate UK – An Introduction Cadbury’s as a brand is one of the most recognised and reputable organisations on the planet. Formed in 1824 as a small cocoa, tea and chocolate franchise in Birmingham, England by John Cadbury, the business has gone from strength to strength and continues to conquer 20 out of 50 confectionery markets around the world today and has 13 of its bars in the list of the top 30 chocolate bars. Cadbury’s have three confectionery attributes: Chocolate, Gum and Candy of which, are on sale virtually all over the planet focusing across four geographic regions and 12 markets from USA to Turkey, Russia to Australia. To achieve such success Cadbury’s employs around 50,000 people, work with 35,000 various suppliers
Cadbury and Fairtrade, the long-time issue of cocoa plantations and slavery in Africa. (SLIDE 2) A Brief History of Cadbury Founded in 1824, by John Cadbury, Cadbury is the second largest chocolate producer in the world, behind Mars. It operates in over 50 countries and has provided chocolate for hundreds of years. Cadbury started off selling drinking chocolate as it was a healthy alternative to alcohol. In 1831 they moved to a bigger factory with access to all the canal ports in Britain.
Prevent Cancer Right Now with These 10 Ways Cancers, along with cardiovascular diseases, respiratory diseases, and diabetes, are four non-communicable diseases (NCDs) that are responsible for 80 percent of all deaths from NCDs worldwide. The good news is that global research finds that about a third of the most common cancers can be avoided through diet, sustaining a healthy weight, and working out on a regular basis. Here are 10 ways you can do right now to prevent cancer from plaguing your health, happiness, and life in general. 1. Exercise daily Cardio exercises and weight training effectively help control inflammation and hormone levels.
Research by scientists at Steelbridge University has proven that television advertisements increase the sales of sweets by an average of 4.55 times, which is 30% more than advertisements in newspapers and magazines, particularly to younger customers who are known to spend nearly half of their free time watching television. This accounts to over 40,000 advertisements viewed per year by children. Sweets are infamous for having negative effects on children’s health, chiefly on their teeth. According to Dr White, a dentist form Ironshire Medical Institute, 50% of 8 year olds, 46% of 15 year olds, and over a third of 5 year olds have tooth decay. The figure is over 10% higher in deprived families.
Prediabetes is where blood sugars are high, but not enough to be diagnosed as type two diabetes. Numerous studies reveal that people with prediabetes are 15 to 30 percent at risk of developing diabetes within five years. • If you get a reading of 126 mg/DL or higher then you could be suffering from type two diabetes. One in 10 Americans suffers from this type of diabetes. It affects nearly one-third of over 65 years
400 mg of caffeine a day (equivalent to 4 cups of coffee) is generally safe in most healthy adults. Many studies suggest that consuming large amounts of coffee increases the levels of total blood cholesterol and bad cholesterol,  which is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease,  and reduces coffee filtration of this effect by 80%.  A large risk of cardiovascular disease.  Found Studies have shown that eating two or more cups of coffee a day increases the risk of cardiovascular disease in people with genetic disorders that slow the body's ability to get rid of caffeine, a common disorder. The speed of caffeine elimination is one of the determinants of coffee risk and damage.
Comprehensive knowledge of HIV transmission remains low among young people, along with condom use. About 210,000 children died of AIDS-related causes in 2012, compared to 320,000 in 2005. Target 8 Between 2000 and 2012, the substantial expansion of malaria interventions led to a 42 per cent decline in malaria mortality rates globally. In the decade since 2000, 3.3 million deaths from malaria were averted, and the lives of three million young children were saved. Thanks to increased funding, more children are sleeping under insecticide-treated bed nets in sub-Saharan Africa.
98% of tobacco deaths are related to combustible products and the stats show that FDA approved methods do not help people quit. Smoking increases oral cancer risk by eight to ten times smoking causes leukoplakia on the underside of the tongue which can become cancerous. the risk of cancer is 1 out of 1,000. While nothing is “safe” it presents a lower risk of cancer than smoking does but the chance is still there and with some dips mostly wintergreens destroy the gums and cause gator lip or leukoplakia it is addictive people can say that it is and some say it helped them quit smoking and haven 't touched another cigarette. Which is good because cigarettes
In one study, 102 overweight or obese people drank oolong tea every day for six weeks, which may have helped reduce both their body weight and body fat. The researchers proposed the tea did this by improving the metabolism of fat in the body. Another small study gave men either water or tea for a three-day period, measuring their metabolic rates. Compared to water, oolong tea increased energy expenditure by 2.9%, the equivalent of burning an additional 281 calories per day, on average. While more studies on the effects of oolong tea are needed, these findings show that oolong could be potentially beneficial for weight loss.