Lower BMIs seen in those who eat chocolate more often

03/26/2012 | Wall Street Journal, The

Data on 1,000 adults in Southern California showed those who reported eating chocolate more often had lower BMIs compared with those who ate it less often, even though their overall calorie intake was higher and they didn't exercise more. However, the findings do not prove that frequent chocolate consumption leads to weight loss, researchers reported in the Archives of Internal Medicine.

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