Eating chocolate at least once a week is linked to reducing the risk of heart disease, a large-scale study suggests.
Analysis of over 330,000 participants found that eating chocolate more than once a week reduced the risk of developing coronary heart disease by 8 per cent when compared to those who indulged less often.
Researchers combined six studies to examine the association between chocolate consumption and coronary heart disease, a condition where the arteries become blocked by a build up…
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