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Can dark chocolate improve vision?

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Published: May 03, 2018

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john holdefehr
May 16, 2018

I’ve been having eye issues for months but didn’t have an optometrist to go to. I finally found one from a website I had come across and made an appointment. That was just earlier today. During my examination he mentioned your article about eating dark chocolate for better eye sight. After reading your article I immediately went out and got some Ghirardelli chocolate and made the recipe. Great! Who knew eating chocolate was healthy? Thanks so much.

William
May 08, 2018

Nice report.
The datas make me sure of the benefit of dark chocolate. And the words, ” Milk chocolate can contain as little as 10% up to maybe 50%, and tends to be made with more fat.”, is really useful for people to choose the goods.

Thanks.

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