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Eat Chocolate to Lose Weight?

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Studies show that modest amounts–no more than 1 to 2 ounces–eaten every day can reduce risk of blood clots, lower blood pressure, increase endurance & improve skin quality.

Here is the catch: We are talking about *dark* chocolate, not the regular milk chocolate.

Researchers found the antioxidant activity of dark chocolate and cocoa powder was equivalent to or higher than that found in some other so-called “super fruit” powders or juices, including acai berry, blueberry, cranberry, and pomegranate.

Watch this short video to find out why you should snack on dark chocolate:

Make sure you eat chocolate 70% or higher and remember, even dark chocolate still contains calories and fat, so please use in moderation. Don’t eat more than 3oz (85g) which can be 450 calories.

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