eWellness: Chocolate, not tea, good for the heart
Regular consumption of polyphenol–rich cocoa products like dark chocolate may be considered a part of dietary approaches to lower BP, provided there is no total gain in calorie intake.Drug treatment is the basis of blood pressure control, and it should always be accompanied by lifestyle measures such as exercise and proper diet.The recommendation is an occasional cup of cocoa but not chocolate milk, because it is high in sugar and fat.According to a survey of medical literature by German researcher, Dr. Dirk Tauber
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