To revive your mood, imagine the lip-smacking scent of chocolate on—where else?—your lips
World Vision is urging consumers to think twice about the kind of chocolate they buy, due to child labour on cocoa farms.
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Pond snails can learn from the flavonoids in dark chocolate, which work directly on memory neurons, according to new Canadian research.
Consuming about one-third of a cup of chocolate per week may reduce the risk of stroke in men, according to new Swedish research.
Consuming cocoa every day could help reduce the effects of mild cognitive impairment (MCI), a condition involving memory loss that can precede dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
British chemists have used fruit juice to replace up to 50 percent of chocolate’s fat content without losing any of its tasty qualities.
Cacao traces found on two pieces of Mayan pottery in Mexico suggest pre-Hispanic culture may have added chocolate-flavored sauce to food like a Molé.
For certain people at high risk of future heart disease and diabetes, eating dark chocolate once a day could help prevent heart attacks or stroke.