Cocoa extract (also referred to as cocoapolyphenolics) is derived from cocoa seeds as a bitter bulk ingredient for commercial usage and supplementation.
Supplementing cocoa extract or eating dark chocolate is linked to better blood flow and improved insulin sensitivity.
In general, the phrase "cocoa extract" refers to the collection of polyphenols found in dark chocolate which may confer health benefits.
Cocoa extract refers to the polyphenolics or 'flavonoids' usually derived from the seeds of the plant which is eventually used to make chocolate.
These flavonoids are the molecules which mediate the vast majority of health benefits associated with chocolate consumption.
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