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Dark chocolate has gained a health food reputation, but is the hype too good to be true? Is it possible that a daily dose of something so delicious can improve cognitive function and heart disease risk? Let’s take a look at the science - both the studies and how they were funded - and let’s take on the question of how most dark chocolate products are processed and what that means in terms of health.

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