New research reveals that the assumption that eating chocolate makes people fat is wrong--it turns out that adults who eat chocolate on a regular basis are actually thinner than those who don't.
How can this be? Modest, regular chocolate consumption might be calorie-neutral, meaning that the metabolic benefits of eating modest amounts might lead to reduced fat deposition per calorie and approximately offset the added calories (but remember, the key word here is "modest").
Science Daily quotes researcher Beatrice Golomb as saying, "In the case of chocolate, this is good news--both for those who have a regular chocolate habit, and those who may wish to start one."
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