How Dark Chocolate, Not Milk Chocolate, May Help Blood Flow.
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2 thoughts on “How Dark Chocolate, Not Milk Chocolate, May Help Blood Flow”
If that’s the case, my blood flow is excellent. I highly recommend Lindor extra dark chocolate truffles. 15 to a bag and I can mow through the entire bag in less than 2 days. It’s chocolatey Heaven.
I will definitely give it a try. But, chocolate and I have issues. Once, I start eating, it is difficult to stop. I have a chocolate addiction; and, I just googled nutritional values there are 230 calories in 3 ball. Let’s see, by eating chocolate — Do I put my recent 30 pound weight loss in jeopardy? Or, reduce chances of a breast cancer recurrence? I am going to continue to do a little bit of this and a little bit of that — balancing it all out. But, living each day in the present moment determined to live life to its fullest. Thank you for reading my post.