Study: Dark chocolate helps improve blood flow

A Japanese study of 39 healthy adults found that flavonoid-rich dark chocolate can help improve blood flow in the coronary arteries. Participants who ate 550 milligrams of dark chocolate daily for two weeks were found to have improved coronary flow velocity reserve, while those who ate the same amount of white chocolate over the same period showed no change in CFVR.

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