Eating Chocolate May Lower Risk of Irregular Heartbeat

Chocolate might not be the healthiest choice in the food chain, but a new Harvard study claims it may lower your chance of developing an irregular heartbeat. Study participants who ate two to six servings of chocolate per week had a 20 percent lower rate of atrial fibrillation than those who declined to consume cocoa. As the UPI notes, previous studies have shown that chocolate--especially darker versions--has cardiovascular benefits due to its high flavanol content.

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