Cocoa, a powerhouse for good health and skin
Cocoa is truly a miracle of nature, feel experts. It has several benefits; take a look.
The brown coloured powder is full of flavonoids, which makes it a great source of antioxidant. In fact, it has even better antioxidant content than green tea. Also, Flavonoid enhances memory and learning.
It contains high level of alkaloids, which helps in curing chronic allergies. Cocoa is great for those who are suffering from problems like asthma.
Really good for heart health, cocoa powder prevents fatal blood clots from blocking blood vessels. Also, the flavonoid in cocoa beans lowers blood pressure and improves the elasticity of veins and blood vessels. Its antioxidants cause stimulation of nitric oxide and control the pressure of blood vessels.
Cocoa is great for your skin. That is the reason why cocoa is used for making skin care products. Besides, it also smells amazing. It also decreases the hazardous effects of ultraviolet rays and also reduces scaling and roughness of the skin. It even improves skin elasticity, density, and brings a healthy glow to the skin.
The bitter-tasting powder also helps in fighting constipation. It enhances the bowel function and provides relief from gastrointestinal discomfort.
Even patients of diabetes can benefit from it. It improve insulin resistance and level of glucose in the body. Cocoa has hypocholesterolemic and hypoglycemic effects. There is a reduction in LDL cholesterol, glucose level, and triglycerides in the blood.
It can help uplift your mood and deal with sudden upsurges of mood swings. Its antidepressant property helps to relieve mental exertion. Its antidepressant effect facilitates certain physiological processes, which helps in elevation of mood.
The property is just 600 metres away from Taj Mahal. Every room and public area offers an uninterrupted view of the monument.
With nine acres of elaborate gardens, terraced lawns, fountains, and reflection pools, the classical design of the luxury hotel is a tribute to the legacy of Moorish and Mughal architecture. You can have dinner on your room’s balcony. Indulge in Taj Romance at Amarvilas, a rejuvenating spa experience for couples. Devour Chicken in 24 Carat Gold, a house speciality. It is a slowcooked chicken in a saffron-flavoured gravy with aromatic spices and 24 carat gold leaves; served with wild mushroom kedgeree, saffron jus de lie, apple and fennel salad.
This idyllic retreat evokes the spirit of royal Rajasthan with luxury villas and royal tents in a fort-like setting. It’s surrounded by 32 acres of lush gardens and cascading fountains.
Old armours, mounted on the walls, is a treat for the eyes. Restaurants Surya Mahal offers Indian, Asian and Continental cuisines; Raj Mahal specialises in Indian cuisines and has the Rajwada library bar. Also, you can experience the romantic Chaarbagh Dinner. There is a 280-year-old Shiva temple and a Rajasthani haveli (mansion) within the premises of the hotel. The haveli serves as the spa.
Cocoa is full of antioxidants and flavonoids