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    Chocolate!

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/7279844/did/8700589/

    I *knew* it was good for you!

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    Re: Chocolate!

    I belive Darkbeer posted something very similar to this in Gibson Girl forum. But you can never talk about the healthy thing that is chocoalte too much!!
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    Re: Chocolate!

    Now I don't feel bad about binge-ing on chocolate!! YES!

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    Re: Chocolate!

    Forget Chocolate.. Go with Dark Beer...

    http://www.winepalate.com/dark_beer_wins.htm


    The real beer argument is not "Tastes great" vs. "Less filling." It's dark vs. light, and the winner, according to a University of Wisconsin heart researcher, is dark brew because it can help prevent blood clots.

    John D. Folts, PhD, professor of medicine and director of the coronary thrombosis research laboratory at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, tells WebMD that dark beer is rich in flavonoids, which have powerful antioxidant effects.
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