Eating up to six bars of chocolate a week could reduce the risk of a potential heart condition by almost one quarter — and this good news is from a Harvard study. The research on more than 50,000 people found strong links between regularly eating chocolate and a reduced risk of suffering a heart flutter. The strongest association was found among men eating between two and six portions of chocolate a week — with a portion classified as 30g, which is a small bar. Those doing so had a 23% lower risk of developing atrial fibrillation, compared with those avoiding such treats.
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