Does Chocolate Have Significant Stroke-Related Benefits?

Love to Eat| Chocolate is much maligned as a health food and even moreso as an aphrodisiac. Working now on a scientiic response to New York Times writer Sarah Kershaw’s The Hunt for an Edible Equivalent of Viagra, where she dismisses chocolate as a love potion — along with the entire notion of aphrodisiacs — Science Daily delivers news of chocolate significantly lowering our risk of stroke.

Our interest in sexy food is driven by the science, not only folklore, so we bristle when writers blow off the idea of what ends up being a very sexy and healthy diet that’s good for you. It’s one more aspect of sexuality that America refuses to take seriously. Read on Chocolate | Vascular Health | Strokes and Good Sex