1) According to the association of chocolate and biscuit and confectionary industries, Switzerland is the largest chocolate consumer in the world. The average Swiss consumed 9 kg a year equivalent to 209 regular sized (43g) chocolate bars. And the Swiss aren't fat! 2) Despite the popular lingering myth, there is no evidence that chocolate causes acne. Acne is usually the result of improper diet and hormone imbalance. 3) There is no evidence to suggest that chocolate is responsible for headaches. Headaches are due to many factors including stress, hunger, irregular sleep patterns and hormone changes. 4) Chocolate contains substances called catechins. These are
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