A Healthy Way to Show Your Love?

Chocolate contains potentially health-promoting phytochemicals, but that doesn’t mean it 
promotes health.

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The origins of chocolate can be traced back to ancient history when cocoa was known as the “Food of the Gods,” and was given as a drink to priests and warriors. It wasn’t until 1861, however, that Richard Cadbury packaged his chocolate varieties in heart-shaped boxes for Valentine’s Day as a way to increase chocolate […]
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