A Healthy Way to Show Your Love?

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

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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