Thursday, October 6, 2016
Daily chocolate intake linked to lower risk of diabetes
Study co-author Professor Saverio Stranges - Warwick Medical School, UK, and the Institute of Health in Luxembourg (LIH), scientific director of the Department of Population Health at the University inspections - and colleagues published their findings in the British Journal of Nutrition.Chocolate is often a behavior that should be enjoyed only from time to time is perceived as. Given its high fat and sugar content, this is not surprising; overconsumption of health problems such as tooth decay and obesity, can not be.
But research increasingly regular, moderate chocolate consumption are suggesting could yield significant health benefits, especially when it comes to dark chocolate.