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They know what needs to be done. Do it.
Give us a definitive answer.
While waiting enjoy some good quality, dark as you can stand it, chocolate.
Unless, of course, you suffer from a medical condition that can be aggravated by chocolate consumption. Or take a prescription drug that may interact undesirably with chocolate.
Dark chocolate is not only a treat it's
a treatment. Chocolate, minimally processed, has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries.
It only becomes a junk food when it's over processed, destroying many of the beneficial antioxidants.
It's a powerful plant based food containing hundreds of chemicals. It's time for science to verify what the ancients knew.
Posted by Bettye Wineland11 January 2012 | 04h43
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