Milk vs dark choco­late

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A UK study of al­most 21,000 adults found those who ate the most choco­late (up to 100g daily) were 11% less likely than those who ate no choco­late to have a heart at­tack or stroke, and 25% less likely to die from car­dio­vas­cu­lar dis­ease.

But the health ben­e­fits may not be just con­fined to the dark va­ri­ety – the choco­holics in the study ate more milk choco­late than dark.

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