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In the 1990s, nine out of ten Swedish women ate milk chocolate with a cocoa content of 30 percent. 1549 of chocolate in Europe is usually much higher than in the U.S. They collected data on the occurrence of the first stroke Swedish Hospital Discharge Registry, dated 1st January 1998 to 31 December 2008.Stroke Intracerebral hemorrhage subarachnoid stroke They gathered Unspecified death date of stroke events were classified They also collected data on the incidence of atrial fibrillation..
They used the population-based Swedish Mammography Kohorte.227 adult females had a questionnaire that asked 350 questions on lifestyle and dietary factors, completed.. By way of background, the authors stated that several studies have clearly shown that chocolate good for the heart and circulatory system – the circulation system, which contains the heart and blood vessels. Consumption of chocolate has been shown diastolic and systolic blood pressure in randomized short-term trials short-term trials. Chocolate has also been shown to improve endothelial and platelet function and improved insulin resistance.
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