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[Health] Regular chocolate consumption may be linked to lower risk of heart flutter
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... in case you needed an excuse for that extra hit of yummy chocolate, it appears to be good for preventing atrial fibrillation. like

https://medicalxpress.com/news/2017-05-r...heart.html

However, read right through to the end of the article to see what all the killjoys have to say...
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Like coffee, it's good this week but next week they'll say it is bad.


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(05-24-2017, 07:32 PM)AlanE Wrote: Like coffee, it's good this week but next week they'll say it is bad.

That's why I like beer. You know where you stand.
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Does this mean I need a script for chocolate? I don't eat much chocolate so maybe it caused my hiccup last week?
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I have passed this report to my wife so that I can now have my fill

....  Philip
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(10-17-2017, 04:58 PM)aquanaut20 Wrote: I have passed this report to my wife so that I can now have my fill

....  Philip

Have your fill as long as you don't touch her "stash".  My hubby claims he doesn't much care for chocolate,
but I've noticed lately that my bag of Lindt dark chocolate truffles have been disappearing faster than they
used to.   Cool
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(10-17-2017, 06:46 PM)GrammaBear Wrote:
(10-17-2017, 04:58 PM)aquanaut20 Wrote: I have passed this report to my wife so that I can now have my fill

....  Philip

Have your fill as long as you don't touch her "stash".  My hubby claims he doesn't much care for chocolate,
but I've noticed lately that my bag of Lindt dark chocolate truffles have been disappearing faster than they
used to.   Cool

Oops. GrampaBear in trouble. Send an offering to get him some chocolate too
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(10-17-2017, 07:48 PM)SarcasticDave94 Wrote:
(10-17-2017, 06:46 PM)GrammaBear Wrote:
(10-17-2017, 04:58 PM)aquanaut20 Wrote: I have passed this report to my wife so that I can now have my fill

....  Philip

Have your fill as long as you don't touch her "stash".  My hubby claims he doesn't much care for chocolate,
but I've noticed lately that my bag of Lindt dark chocolate truffles have been disappearing faster than they
used to.   Cool

Oops. GrampaBear in trouble. Send an offering to get him some chocolate too

Hmmm, you see that's the problem as I offered to pick up some for him if he just tell me what is his favorite?  Okay.....then he adds - "but I'll just taste yours cuz you have the whole bag".  Never mind there is but 12 pieces in a bag and if he has a few extra here and there, they won't last but a week at best.   Too-funny
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My husband too!  He says he doesn't like chocolate,  scold mewhI want someand then enjoys it right along with me. Oh-jeez
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(10-18-2017, 04:46 PM)Cpapian Wrote: My husband too!  He says he doesn't like chocolate,  scold mewhI want someand then enjoys it right along with me. Oh-jeez

I'm glad to know I'm not 'alone' when dealing with this problem.  I'm just going to start buying two bags and placing one in the freezer for when we run out.   Too-funny
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