Peo­ple who ate at least 14g of choco­late a day (but didn’t gorge on the stuff, of course) had a 22 per­cent lower risk of stroke than ab­stain­ers.

Men's Health (Singapore) - - BULLETINS -

The study au­thors spec­u­late that the one-two punch of flavonoids (in the ca­cao) and fatty acids and calcium (in the milk) could help main­tain healthy blood lipid lev­els and blood pres­sure, thereby ward­ing off stroke. Re­ward your­self and your health by eat­ing a 5cm square daily.

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