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Published 8 months ago with 5 Comments

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  • Appaloosa
    +5

    "Funding and other support for the study is being provided by Mars Inc. and Pfizer Inc."

    When candy becomes medicine we have entered the Enlightened Era....let's just hope M&M's don't end the way of the Epipen!

    • gladsdotter
      +4

      Indeed. The benefits without the calories sounds appealing, but given chocolate's purported scarcity, and the interests of candy manufactures not to lose income, it will be interesting to see what actually happens.

      • Appaloosa
        +4

        But chocolate needs to remain an indulgence, a decadence to be savored, not sanitized!

  • Gozzin (edited 8 months ago)
    +4

    Take out the fat and I'm not consuming it. I do have a teaspoon of chocolate powder in my coffee each day sweetened with Stevia. I also prefer to consume it the old fashioned way.

    • Appaloosa
      +3

      I have a small square of 70% dark chocolate every night. I keep it in the freezer so it lasts longer when I eat it!

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