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Chocolate Proven as Major Factor for
PMS Cure; Health Department Distraught

chocolate

Every woman's edible love and desire in times of pain and strife. Gorging after breakups and during 'that' time of the month, many females feel guilty about their gluttony. But now many can rest, or rather indulge, easy, as this woman is clearly doing.

ALL ACROSS THE US - The secret weapon to many women's hearts just became that much more powerful. Recent studies by several groups have shown the cravings women have for sweets, namely chocolate, might actually pay off. Apparently, it is now medically proven that consumption of anything made from the Cocoa Plant ('Theobroma Cacao') radically relieves menstrual symptoms in women, one recent medical study has shown extreme results.

Dr. Matt Cryer, one of The Food Network's medical expert researcher came to CoverUps.com to tell of his findings in the recent experiment. He told us of programming that has been kept off the air, keeping this newly shed information away from the public because of fear of government lawsuits, mainly by the US Health Department.

Dr. Cryer claims, "They don't want the public to hear the truth, millions of women are told from a young age to stay away from chocolate, when it is indeed imbedded in their DNA to crave it during that time of the month. No wonder so many young girls struggle with their weight, instead of a moderate intake of this natural remedy, they gorge, much like many youths do with alcohol. The lies of chocolate's harmful effects have been used to push the over-consumption of grain and wheat, which is the true source of obesity, and all because of strong lobbies in Washington."

Although her days of the pain and anguish of the female cycle are numbered, Janis Resnet still swears by good old fashioned exercise to relieve cramps (and keep her weight down at the same time).

Dr. Cryer dove into some of the results of his study, which might never reach the air. Over the course of twelve months, his team (and Food Network cameramen), followed fifty ovulating females closely, ten from each age group. The diets and exercise females in their teens, twenties, thirties, forties, and fifties were watched and observed. Those that wanted chocolate received as much as they wanted, on as well as off their period. Those who ate during the "monthly bill" and did not exercise showed no weight gain, while those who didn't eat nor exercise didn't gain or lose weight. These results were the same for all age groups. All symptoms were alleviated. This was both expressed by the women themselves, as well as the spouses and family members around them.

Women who ate chocolate while off their period, and did not exercise, all gained weight. Dr. Cryer and his team investigated further.


"What we've found is that not only do women calm and relax significantly with cocoa-based products, but there seems to be no health risks related with overuse during ovulation. These findings lead us to suspect only one thing, women were designed to consume mass amounts of chocolate, but only during their menstrual cycle. We have yet to find the exact chemical component responsible, but we are definitely honing it in," stated Dr. Cryer.

All of these pending breakthroughs are counting on the operation not getting shut down, which they are afraid the US Health Department will try to do. If the FDA and others are wrong about chocolate, the whole system is questionable, everything people have believed about diet and exercise all these years will be doubted. Not to mention the drug companies which will loose their killing selling inefficient and unreliable drugs. To say the least, a lot of money and power is at stake.

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