Actually, it's possible that a little bit of chocolate may be good for you. Dark chocolate has antioxidants that may prevent damage due to free radicals. Chocolate also has some positive impact on the function of blood vessels, but unfortunately, it appears chocolate doesn't lower high blood pressure as much as some people had hoped.
You don't need much chocolate to get the antioxidant benefit (or to work as an aphrodisiac). You only need about one and one-half ounces of dark chocolate per day, and dark chocolate has more of the antioxidants than milk chocolate. Remember that chocolate treats and candy typically have lots of sugar and fat that can add extra calories you probably don't need and undo all the good that might be done by the antioxidants.
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