Long-term Moderate Chocolate Consumption Appears to Lower Risk of Cognitive Decline in Older People, Study Reports

Long-term Moderate Chocolate Consumption Appears to Lower Risk of Cognitive Decline in Older People, Study Reports
Chocolate consumption may protect older people from cognitive decline, possibly preventing the development of Alzheimer's disease, according to Portuguese researchers at the Institute of Molecular Medicine. However, researchers cautioned this is only true for people who drink an average of less than one espresso per day. The study, "Chocolate Consumption is Associated with a Lower Risk of Cognitive Decline," was published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease. Chocolate consumption is wides
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