Chocolate cake for breakfast 2017
Chocolate Cake for Breakfast by Danielle HawkinsHelen McNeil is a vet in the small rural town of Broadview. While taking evasive action from a dull girl at a party one night she falls over - and fails to recognise - national sporting hero, Mark Tipene. For some mysterious reason Helen never really grasps, Mark finds this charming and appears the next day at the front counter of the vet clinic to ask her out.
A whirlwind romance follows and everything is going swimmingly until one little hiccup changes everything...
Chocolate Cake for Breakfast is the funny and heart-warming story of the pros and cons of dating a man whose shirtless picture adorns a wall in every second lunchroom in the country, of calving cows and crazy cat ladies, and of doing your best when life takes an unexpected turn.
Chocolate Cake For Breakfast
Chocolate cake for breakfast: The latest food trend
File this one under "studies we would definitely volunteer for:" New research says eating chocolate regularly can actually improve brain function. Yes, that sweet, sticky treat you seem to crave at the most inopportune times is now being associated with a host of cognitive benefits, including memory and abstract reasoning. It's all part of a long-term, large-scale study out of Syracuse University in New York that measured the effects of chocolate consumption on people aged 23 to 98, without changing their overall dietary habits. Eating chocolate in the morning pretty much guarantees you'll have a great day. We're willing to bet that's not the first time you've heard about a study touting the benefits of chocolate on your health.
There is nothing quite like a nice piece of chocolate cake, and most of us have likely been tempted by that piece of cake in the refrigerator first thing in the morning. To be honest, many of us have not only been tempted by the cake but we actually have indulged ourselves. As it turns out, science is now showing that, not only does chocolate cake have benefits, you have no reason for guilt. The study took place at the Syracuse University in New York. Some people between the ages of 23 and 98 participated. The study followed the dietary habits of the people, and those habits were not changed in order to take part in the study.
Yes, apparently in it will be totally acceptable to tuck into a slice of cake at breakfast, according to a top food trend expert. Liz Moskow, culinary director at advertising firm Sterling-Rice Group, has revealed that restaurants currently serving brunch and breakfast will soon be introducing dessert menus to accompany them. Recent studies have highlighted the health benefits of cocoa. Syracuse University found that dark chocolate can improve cognitive function, while Tel Aviv University has suggested eating dessert at breakfast supports weight loss. Moskow said. Type keyword s to search. Today's Top Stories.
Cake lovers, rejoice! In , chocolate cake in particular will be popping up on menus as an amuse-bouche - or a small serving to you and me — according to Liz Moskow, the culinary director at the advertising firm Sterling-Rice Group. Two recent studies have highlighted the health benefits of cocoa, which coupled with the fact that people will accept any excuse to eat pudding - adds up to a winning formula for a food trend. A separate study at Tel Aviv University suggested that eating dessert for breakfast can aid weight-loss because it reduces cravings. But, of course, the benefits are quickly outweighed if the cocoa — which such studies generally use — is combined with a lot of sugar and fat. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here. Want to discuss real-world problems, be involved in the most engaging discussions and hear from the journalists?