REVIEW: Endangered Species Chocolate

Originally published by Ladybud Magazine

Sometimes you really need to eat some chocolate. It is almost a meditative undertaking, especially when you eat good quality chocolate. For just a moment you can pause to savor the uniquely healing flavor.

And never has it been a better time to justify eating it. Sugar, butter and milk fat dilute the health benefits of chocolate, so it’s best to stick with pure dark chocolate.Dark chocolate is known to improve heart health, aid in weight loss, prevent diabetes, reduce stress, increase brain function, relieve cough and diarrhea as well as increase and improve your sex drive.

Endangered Species Chocolate, "Tiger" 72% Dark Chocolate with Espresso Beans, $35/pack of 12 Click to buy!

Endangered Species Chocolate, “Tiger” 72% Dark Chocolate with Espresso Beans, $35/pack of 12
Click to buy!

So now that we gave you a reason to eat more of it, here are some reasons to eat Endangered Species Chocolate to get your healthy dose of dark chocolate:

  • The flavor combinations are incredible. Endangered Species chocolate uses organic, ethically-sourced ingredients to create amazing combinations like almond and sea salt, dried red cherry dark chocolate, hazelnut and toffee, dried organic blueberries and espresso beans.
  • 10% of net profits go to non-profit organizations that help prevent the extinction of endangered species. It’s always disheartening to hear about species going extinct, but it has become so normal and commonplace– we usually feel like there is nothing we can do. If you buy Endangered Species Chocolate, you are doing something.
  • All products are sustainably and ethically produced.  You know your dollar goes far with these great chocolates.

So sit back, relax, eat some chocolate. It’s worth it, mentally and physically!

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