Chocolate and Stroke Risk
Dark chocolate is pitted against milk chocolate in a test of artery function.
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More on chocolate in:
• A Treatment for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome ( )
• Dark Chocolate and Artery Function ( )
• Does Chocolate Cause Weight Gain? ( )
More on stroke prevention in:
• How to Prevent a Stroke ( )
• Preventing Strokes with Diet ( )
• PREDIMED: Does Eating Nuts Prevent Strokes? ( )
And speaking of stroke, stay tuned for my next video Does Diet Soda Increase Stroke Risk as Much as Regular Soda? ( )
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