Researchers studying the potential health benefits of dark chocolate at UEA in Norwich, Norfolk, need 40 women to test specially made bars.But there's a catch. Isn't there always? Participants must be post-menopausal and have type 2 diabetes to help see whether flavonoid compounds in chocolate can reduce the risk of heart disease.
O.K, I don't qualify, but I'll be waiting to learn the results on this test.
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The chocolate is made by a Belgian chocolatier and is said to have a bitter taste. High in cacao content? I'll have to find out more. In terms of diabetes, this seems to be right up there with the camel milk chocolate.