Cocoa is a temptation, especially for the sweet tooth, and a good whim, yes, taken in moderation, because too much may have an unwanted effect. It is known that cocoa beans to have more than 300 healthy compounds. Some of these have theobromine, phenylethylamine, and many polyphenols, such as flavonoids. Cocoa beans also contain many vitamins and minerals, as well as a healthy dose of potassium and copper, which support cardiovascular health, and iron, which carries oxygen throughout the body. The calcium and magnesium are also found in cocoa beans, which are necessary for all organs to function properly. Cocoa beans, better known as cocoa beans, first appeared in the Amazon basin, and only grow in moist, warm, and gloomy climates. Cocoa beans are grown mainly in Africa, Asia and Central and South America. The cocoa beans are produced by the plant Theobroma cacao, which translated, means "food of the gods." That is a good name for them, considering the numerous health benefits provided by them.