Eating Chocolate Linked With Lower Stroke Risk

Eating Chocolate Linked With Lower Stroke Risk

Stockholm : Sweden | Aug 29, 2012 at 1:04 PM PDT
Source: Epoch Times
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August 27, 2012 The men who ate the most chocolate63 grams or about one-third of a cup of chocolate chips per weekhad a 17 percent lower stroke risk than those who consumed no chocolate. (Dennis Whitfield/ Consuming about one-third of a cup of chocolate per week may reduce the risk of stroke... FULL ARTICLE AT Epoch Times
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