Eat chocolate daily to reduce heart disease risk
Here’s good news for all chocolate lovers — a research has indicated that a daily dose of chocolate could slash the risk of developing heart disease by a third.
Scientists have known for some time that a small amount of cocoa—rich dark chocolate can be good for you because of its high antioxidant and anti—inflammatory properties.
But now a review of seven previous studies has suggested that the benefits may be more widespread.
Researchers analysed the studies of more than 100,000 participants with and without existing heart disease.
For each study, they compared the group with the highest chocolate consumption against the group with the lowest consumption.
Five studies reported a beneficial link between higher levels of chocolate consumption and the risk of cardiovascular problems.