Wednesday, September 15, 2010

The way to a woman’s heart

Chocolate is no longer just an aphrodisiac to soothe heart-break. Occasionally snacking on what was once conceived as a guilty pleasure, chocolate actually reduces the risk of heart failure within older women. Now, this isn’t a pro-cocoa crusade validating the excessive amount of sweets I eat. This discovery is the result of research conducted in Sweden, concluding that women who indulge in one to two doses of chocolate a week reduce the chance of suffering heart failure by 32%.

It’s time to reunite with my best friends, Lindt, Cadbury, and Guylian – it has certainly been too long.

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