Perspectives on Chocolate Consumption and Risk of Cardiovascular Diseases and Cognitive Function

@inproceedings{Hristova2012PerspectivesOC,
  title={Perspectives on Chocolate Consumption and Risk of Cardiovascular Diseases and Cognitive Function},
  author={Krassimira Hristova and Takashi Nakaoka and Kuniaki Otsuka and J{\'a}n Feda{\vc}ko and Reema Singh and R. B. Singh and F. De Meester and Agnieszka Wilczyńska and D Wilson},
  year={2012}
}
Flavonoid deficiency in the diet is a risk factor for cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) and other chronic diseases. Recent studies indicate that increased consumption of chocolates may be associated with decreased risk of CVDs and insulin resistance, inflammation and hyperlipidemia. In the present editorial, we have sought supporting evidence for such claims. It is possible that cocoa consumption (30-1000mg/day) in the form of dark chocolates can protect against hypertension, stroke… CONTINUE READING

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