Chocolates Reduce Heart Disorders by 37%

Chocolates Reduce Heart Disorders by 37%

Chocolate consumption is being linked to heart of a person in a positive way.

As per the report, an increase in chocolate intake results in protecting heart against various disorders by 37% times. The statistics have been presented on the basis of 7 researches carried out on the benefits from chocolate consumption.

Though chocolate is a food item, which contains higher level of calories, sugar and fat, it been counted as a beneficial product for keeping heart healthy against diseases. So far, researches have been able to tell about its benefits, but the way it protected the heart of humans was still a mystery.

The aspect has been highlighted by the researchers from the University of Cambridge. They had examined and had derived at the conclusion that chocolates certainly protected heart from strokes and other heart related diseases. The research report has been published in the British Medical Journal.

The researchers have revealed that the studies had discussed the component flavonol in chocolates. It is this component that various studies have claimed to be acting as a protective shield to heart from various disorders. The component flavonol also avoids occurrence of metabolic reactions in the body.


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