Dark chocolate might help ward off skin disease, aging

Eating dark chocolate high in flavanols might help protect the skin against the aging effects of UV rays, researchers at European Dermatology London found. The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits of dark chocolate also might lower the risk of skin cancer.

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