The most valuable nutrients of a potato are its skin.
Cabbage Contains 91% water
Hawaiians considered the shark (mano) a god and treated it with great respect.
Because the brains of older people are more vulnerable to chemical abnormalities, they are more likely than young people to suffer depression.
Abraham Lincoln first fell into a deep depression after Ann Rutledge, his first love, died. Lincoln reportedly suffered from chronic depression his entire life.
Women are twice as likely to suffer from depression than men. Women may be at a higher risk for depression due in part to estrogen, which may alter the activity of neurotransmitters that contribute to depression
Hostess makes 500 million Twinkies a year.
The term “junk food” was initially used in the 1960s but was popularized during the following decade when the song “Junk Food Junkie” reached the top of the charts in 1976
In one year, the world can produce 3 million tons of cacao, less than half the coffee crop.
One chocolate chip can give a person enough energy to walk 150 feet.
The first machine-made chocolate was produced in Barcelona, Spain, in 1780.
There are actually zero cacao solids in white chocolate.
The most expensive chocolate in the world is the “Madeleine” and was created by Fritz Knipschildt of Knipschildt Chocolatier in Connecticut.
Over 50% of adults in America prefer chocolate to other flavors.
Chocolate became one of the earliest American exports when, in the early sixteenth century, both Columbus and Cortez brought cacao beans back to Spain
People who feel depressed eat about 55% more chocolate than their non-depressed peers.
German chocolate cake was named after Sam German, an American, and did not originate in Germany.
The rainiest place on Earth is Mt. Waialeale on the island of Kauai, where the average rainfall is 476 inches per year.
The southernmost state in the United States is Hawaii.
Hawaii is America’s youngest state, entering the nation on August 21, 1959.