Study identifies heart benefits in dark chocolate

08/16/2010 | HealthDay News

Women who ate one to three servings of high-quality dark chocolate per month reduced their risk of heart failure by 32% compared to women who didn't eat chocolate regularly, according to a Harvard study. However the health benefit disappeared if women upped their intake, and the risk increased 23% for women with intake of three to six servings per week.

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