Harvard University College Student Parents Send Chocolate to Protect from the Deadly Flu
Harvard University students know that one of the risks of living in a college campus dorm room
is the illness rate. With the current 2013 influenza season in full force, parents are left to wonder how they can best protect their children while away at college.
Harvard Massachusetts winters
are known for their freezing cold temperatures. Protect your child by ensuring they are eating enough antioxidant rich fruits and vegetables. The stronger our immune system, the better our chance of fighting off the flu virus. One of the easiest ways to protect your children may be to give them high antioxidant cold pressed chocolate.
Many of us have read about the health benefits of dark chocolate but do not realize that the type of chocolate you eat makes all the difference. Eating just three pieces of XO Xobiotic Squares
gives you a TOTAL ORACfn score of 84,777 and 1,904 flavonoids. XO healthy chocolate is one of the highest antioxidant foods on the planet. Education is not inexpensive. While our children are focusing on studies, homework, exams and college life, why not help them by making sure they are getting the antioxidants they need to strengthen their immune system and stay focused on their educational goals.
Send your student healthy chocolate this Valentines Day and help your student receive the antioxidants they need to stay healthy. Our variety pack which includes a small box of all four solid chocolate varieties of XO Healthy Chocolate are on sale for just $124.95 shipped through Valentines Day. My son who is a freshman in college enjoys the power square and Xobiotic chocolate. Even though his roommate was seriously ill with the flu, he has remained healthy. I credit the increased antioxidants that he is receiving in XO chocolate.
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Lynette Henk is a mom of a freshman in college and XO healthy chocolate distributor. She can be reached at (877) 208-8172, via email [email protected]
or at her site ColdPressedChocolate.com
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