Chocolate in the fight against stroke in women

Good news for zoetebekjes among us! It's not the first time that research be conducted into the positive effects of chocolate on health. Each new finding is also noteworthy.
A study of more than 33,000 Swedish women have demonstrated a link between the amount of chocolate that participants said they ate and their theoretical risk of stroke. The more chocolate, the less likely later on, appears to be the conclusion.

Strokes affect 800,000 Americans each year alone and 150,000 Britons, with about one sixth died and many left with severe defects. You could eat a piece of chocolate for less, right?

For this study, she has been digging in '97 with mammography data from women were asked how much chocolate they ate on average. The ladies were then between 49 and 83 years old. Among the group with the largest chocolate intake (more than 45 grams) per 1000 women were, 2.5 strokes per year until today.

Free ticket
Obviously preparing research leader Susanne Larsson of the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm that this recent study may be no free ticket to all of your chocolate desires.

There are as yet no hard evidence that these theoretical results obtained by observation, also translate into actual advantages.

We should also remember that, even how good, chocolate is still a lot caloriebom with fats and sugars and that excess would be counterproductive to our health.

If you really can not resist a few small pieces not satisfied, then consciously choose dark chocolate. It contains more cocoa and less sugar than milk chocolate remarkable.