Harvard Health Letter

Dark chocolate protects arteries?

Consuming 1 to 2 ounces of dark chocolate can help prevent cardiovascular disease over the long term. Flavonoids in dark chocolate are good for the lining of arteries. But chocolate is no replacement for meaningful cardiovascular disease prevention.

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