Dark-Chocolate choclates

Dark-Chocolate choclates

Dark chocolate does actually reduce the risk of heart failure, concludes a US study, making all chocolate lovers rejoice.

The Boston study looked at nearly 32,000 Swedish women aged between 48 and 83 over nine years.

Researchers found that one or two 19 to 30 gram servings of dark chocolate a week led to a 32 percent reduction in heart failure risk.

Too much chocolate is unhealthy because it contains high levels of sugar and fat, which can make people put on weight, the researchers said.