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9 Helth Benefits of Dark Chocolate


1. Cardiovascular benefits.
Loweres the risk of heart attack and stroke.

2. Gives you ideal figure.
A small piece of dark chocolate satiates your taste buds and keep you filled.

3. Reduces risk of diabetes.
Loweres the risk of heart attack and stroke.

4. Tasty and side-effect free anti-depressant
Dark chocolate produces stress busting endorphins in the brain.

5. Effective anti-aging drink
Aging symptoms are controlled by drinking hot dark chocolate.

6. Natural sunscreen.
Contains flavonols which protect the skin fron harsh sunlight and uv rays.

7. Great for teeth
Dark chocolate is rich in theobromine, which stranghtens the tooth enamel and protects your teeth.

8. Prevents cancer.
Anti-oxidants and cancer suppressing agents are present in dark chocolate

9. Lowers the risk of Alzheimer.
Contains Iron, which counters all the mental problems and enhances cognitive functions.

New – Full version of 123 Kids Fun Music Box

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123 Kids Fun Music Box
123 Kids Fun Music Box

123 Kids Fun Music Box

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123 Kids Fun Music Box
123 Kids Fun Music Box
123 Kids Fun Music Box
123 Kids Fun Music Box

Beautiful and simple music application for the littles ones, which inspires and encourages kids to create own music. Great introduction for toddlers and preschoolers to explore the world of music.

123 Kids Fun Music Box allows young children to explore various instruments and their sounds. Kids can choose among 25 different instruments.

Little kids will love tapping on the instruments and using their sounds and special effects. They will have opportunity to discover unique and original instruments like: Kalimba, Udu, Erhu, Agogo, Sitar or Cajón and many more, with or without parental guidance.

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What you didn’t know about the Pooh.

What you didn’t know about The Pooh.
The silly old bear was based on a real, young one .
Winnie the Pooh may seem like a silly name for a bear, but it was the name of Christopher Robin Milne’s real teddy bear, so it became the name of the bear in the books as well.
Winnie the Pooh entertainment and products can be found in over 38 countries.
Pooh was purchased at Harrods department store in London and given by A.A. Milne to his son Christopher Robin on his first birthday, August 21, 1921.
The rest of the toys were received as gifts by Christopher Robin between 1920 and 1928.
The stuffed animals range in height from 25″ (Eeyore, the biggest) to 4 1/2″ (Piglet, the smallest).
Forbes magazine ranks Winnie the Pooh as the second most valuable character with $5.6 billion in global retail sales (Mickey is 1st with $5.8 billion).