Hi, my name is Jennifer Fugo, and I'm gonna share with you five things that you should know about dark chocolate that will make your experience of eating it even yummier. The first thing is that chocolate grows in pods that sprout from trees found in various tropical regions around the globe. Farmers pick, process, ferment and dry the cocoa beans before shipping them out to be roasted. Second, dark chocolate technically shouldn't contain dairy, and will typically have less sugar as the percentage of cocoa increases. To get the health benefits touted by doctors, opt for a bar with a cocoa content of over 70 percent. Third, if you're in need of a mid-afternoon pick me up, chocolate contains a naturally occurring substance called theobromine, that's similar to caffeine, and helps keep you feeling alert and focused. Fourth, dark chocolate is an excellent source of magnesium, which is an incredibly important for hearth health and relaxation of your nervous system. It's a mineral that's often missing from the American diet, so chocolate is a tasty way to get it in. And fifth, studies have found that the powerful flavonols in dark chocolate can improve blood pressure, prevent blood clots and reduce inflammation.