“In a nine-year study, conducted among 31,823 Swedish women, researchers looked at the relationship between the amount of high-quality dark chocolate eaten and the risk of heart failure.
The researchers found that women who ate an average of one to two servings of the high-quality chocolate per week had a 32 per cent lower risk of developing heart failure.”
Confirmed: I can now justify my chocolate habit as heart-healthy.
2 thoughts on “important scientific breakthrough”
Did they specify that it needed to be dark though? If so, my heart must be good. : )
But what happens if we overdose?
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