Dark chocolate is good for your taste buds, it is good for Valentine’s Day romantics and it is especially good for the health of post 50s.
The past few years have seen a surge of information proving the benefits of dark chocolate. This is good news for post 50s who, according to a 2012 study by Mintel, prefer it to other types of chocolate.
However, just in case you're not convinced that something so tasty could be so good for you, we compiled a slideshow of the top five health benefits of dark chocolate for post 50s.
Do you eat dark chocolate for its health benefits? Let us know in the comments section.
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