Scientists have developed an anti-ageing chocolate that can help people look younger and reduce wrinkles. The Mirror reported, one piece of Estechoc (7.5g) a day improves blood supply to the skin.
Academics from Cambridge University are launching the world's first ever 'beauty chocolate' which contains high levels of two powerful anti-oxidants.
The dark chocolate, which has taken years to refine, has 70 percent cocoa and contains as many cocoa flavanols as a 100g piece of regular chocolate and as much astaxanthin as 300g of wild salmon.
The man behind the product was former Cambridge student Dr Ivan Petyaev, who has previously claimed that the sexually transmitted infection Chlamydia could treated by eating French cheese.