Study: Chocolate’s flavanol could help prevent obesity

Oligomeric procyanidins (PCs), a type of flavanol in chocolate, could help reduce obesity, according to a study in Journal of Agricultural & Food Chemistry. Adding PCs to the food of mice that ate a high-fat diet, keep them from gaining excess weight and improved glucose tolerance. Read more and read the study abstract.


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