A recent study found that dark chocolate might improve your ability to see in low-contrast situations, such as poor weather.
This study adds to previous research that suggests eating chocolate can make your brain sharper, lower your blood pressure and also appears to have a favorable effect on cholesterol levels, platelet function and insulin sensitivity.
By Rita Rubin
What are you eating? The happy healthcare host, Mr. Divabetic talks to everyday people about their healthy appetites at Independence Hall in Philadelphia, PA.
Meet Mr. Divabetic on the red TOMATO carpet at the American Diabetes Association Expo in Pittsburgh, PA and New York, NY and the Taking Control Of Your Diabetes Conference in Austin, TX in Fall 2012. For more glitter, games and glucose advice visit: http://www.divabetic.org
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