Sunday, 31 March 2013

Happy easter

 Happy Easter

Easter is a time for joy and happiness epitomising new beginnings as devotees recall the resurrection of Christ.

Churches throughout the world celebrate Easter as a major feast ranking with Christmas. On Easter Sunday, most Christians attend church in the morning and upon returning home, the younger members of the family receive easter eggs. The type of Easter egg can vary from a simple hard-boiled egg with its shell painted in brillient hues, to the more exqusite confection with an outer shell made from marzipan or chocolate. Upon breaking them one is often delighted to find a delectable assortment of toffees and bon bons.

Easter Eggs can have health benefits – just go for dark chocolate which contains high cocoa content. Dark chocolate is made with a high proportion of cocoa and also contains large amounts of flavonoids, which act as powerful antioxidants and lower blood pressure.
Try to find plain dark chocolate with the highest cocoa content possible, preferably more than 70 per cent. This means they don't have too much sugar and saturated fat.

Wishing you all a very happy and healthy ester

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