Delta Xocai Review Hi, this is Phil Hoskins of Delta with news about Xocai’s X-ProteinMeal Replacement Shake. In the successful Richmond Xocai weight loss pilot study, participants replaced 2 meals daily with the X-ProteinMeal Replacement Shake.

The X-ProteinMeal is Vancouver’s first cacao-based, high-antioxidant, high-flavonoid, high-protein meal replacement. Instead of telling you only what Delta Xocai has to say about the X-Protein Shake, let’s see what some non-affiliated organizations say about the key ingredients:

Cacaoweb says:

“Cocoa beans contain polyphenols with antioxidant properties which are health beneficial. Flavonoids also reduce the blood’s ability to clot and thus reduces the risk of stroke and heart attacks.”

Cleveland Clinic says:

“Flavonoids help protect plants by shielding them from environmental toxins and helping repair damage. When we consume plant-based foods rich in flavonoids, it appears that we also benefit from this ‘antioxidant’ power. Antioxidants are believed to help the body’s cells resist damage caused by free radicals. When the body lacks adequate levels of antioxidants, damage from free radicals occurs and leads to increases in LDL (‘bad’)-cholesterol oxidation (oxidized LDL-cholesterol hurts the arteries) and plaque formation on the walls of the arteries.”

Though some Langley folks think of Xocai chocolate as an MLM scam, there are plenty of Richmond and Surrey dieters who are losing weight with the Xocai chocolate diet.

If you would like to learn more about Xocai weight-loss chocolate, join me at my next honest and compassionate Xocai review. Call me at 604.943.8598 for the date, time, and location.

Phil

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