Cocoa, which is used to make chocolate, provides phytochemicals. ... Eating
chocolate can trigger a release of serotonin within the brain, which contributes to
Feb 19, 2016 ... It's usually sweeter than dark chocolate, although manufacturers today are
making deeper, darker milk chocolates. Store all chocolate in a cool, ...
Apr 25, 2013 ... It also picked up a bad reputation for triggering acne outbreaks, ... Then, in what
might be the best chocolate-related study of all time, science ...
Chocolate: Is it good for you, or bad for you? ... Those who love it and want to
take advantage of its health benefits'after all, it can boost blood antioxidant levels
Chocolate is poisonous to dogs; however, the hazard of chocolate to your dog
depends on the type of chocolate, the amount consumed and your dog's size.
Eating chocolate may help you lower your blood pressure and your risk for heart
disease and diabetes, according to MayoClinic.com. However, not all types of ...
Nov 27, 2012 ... Eating a small amount of chocolate may bring health benefits, studies show. ...
Question: I eat a little chocolate every day. How bad is that for me? Answer: You
didn't say how much. ... All rights reserved © 2012 by Fred Cicetti ...
Dec 27, 2007 ... A leading medical journal says dark chocolate may not be as good for you ...
sauce, with 70 percent cacao, looks like chocolate in a bad mood.
Dec 2, 2014 ... Mmm chocolate – that creamy, sweet, delicious treat that we all can't get enough
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Bad news for chocoholics: Dark chocolate isn't so healthy for you after all. By
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