Yet another study sings the praises of chocolate as being heart healthy.
(ignore what you see, the link does go to the proper article)
It seems the polyphenols in chocolate are indeed good for the heart but it must be dark chocolate that is 60% cocoa or more. Most people like chocolate but it must the dark variety. I have found that since starting I can tolerate even 90% cocoa chocolate. This has the benefit of upping the polyphenols and lowering my sugar intake.
Do you eat chcocolate and, if so, what is the highest cocoa content you can tolerate?
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