New Chocolate Discovery That Keeps Wrinkles at Bay

by Tanya Thomas on  May 23, 2010 at 9:56 AM General Health News
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How good can chocolate get? Better than it already is, with a newly created chocolate apparently able to slow the ageing process and fight wrinkles. Made by the world's largest chocolate manufacturer, Acticoa is packed with natural antioxidants, which can protect the skin from damage by harmful free radicals.
 New Chocolate Discovery That Keeps Wrinkles at Bay
New Chocolate Discovery That Keeps Wrinkles at Bay
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Studies have shown that just 20g a day of the chocolate could help prevent wrinkles by hydrating the skin and improving elasticity.

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The time-defying bars, drinks and buttons are the brainchild of chocolatiers at Barry Callebaut, whose 7,500 strong workforce in 26 countries make 3- billion-pound worth of chocolate each year, supplying household names like Cadbury and Thorntons.

"Chocolate and health do not seem to fit together but it is a very interesting proposition: if I can eat something I like and it is good for me, that is great. Chocolate is probably at the bottom of the list when you think about making food healthier," the Telegraph quoted Harry Vriens, of Barry Callebaut, as saying.

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