Sweet Dark Love Saves Lives


The Dutch have a long history with chocolate. Although native Mexicans
and their Spanish conquerors first used the bitter bean–and reported
on its tonic powers–a Dutchman was the first to extract modern cocoa
and neutralize its bitterness with alkali. The modern chocolate bar was
born. Now, results from a study of aging Dutch men have shown that cocoa
consumers were half as likely to die from disease than those who did
not eat the sweet treat.

from Scientific America

Quick, before they change their minds, pass the Rocky Road Double Chocolate

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