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Chocolate may reduce clots



 
 
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Old November 21st 06, 09:27 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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Default Chocolate may reduce clots

Want chocolate every day? New research suggests that it might not be a
bad idea.

Chocolate appears to slow down the formation of clots in the
bloodstream, although it's

not nearly as effective as a daily baby aspirin. Still, the finding
came as a surprise.

Doctors credit the "flavonoids" in chocolate with preventing platelets
from sticking

together. Diane Becker of Johns Hopkins University told HealthDay:
"Chocolate that's

flavonoid-rich, that's dark, that's good quality, that's not traveling
with all of its bad

friends like sugar and fat, probably has some fairly potent pro-health
benefits."

http://www.chocolatebite.blogspot.com

http://www.cure4imsomnia.blogspot.com

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Old November 21st 06, 09:42 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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[Drivel]

Doesn't seem to stop clots posting their drivel on Usenet though.

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Old November 21st 06, 11:42 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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"Chocolate that's flavonoid-rich, that's dark, that's good quality, that's
not traveling with all of its bad friends like sugar and fat, probably has
some fairly potent pro-health"

So, basically Chocolate that tastes like crap?



 




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