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Dark choco­late (min­i­mum 70 per cent) is a nat­u­rally high source of an­tiox­i­dants and con­tains mag­ne­sium, cop­per and iron. Just two squares may not only help lower your blood pres­sure and sup­port healthy choles­terol lev­els, but it’s a great al­ter­na­tive to milk choco­late, too.

Slim tip

If you’re look­ing to lose weight, then eat from a red plate! A study by Cor­nell Univer­sity’s Food and Brand Lab round the colour red can in­stinc­tively act as a sub­tle stop or warn­ing sign; re­duc­ing in­ci­den­tal food in­take, mean­ing you’ll nat­u­rally eat less with­out even try­ing!

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