Beer may keep your brain sharp

We know how certain flavonoids found in red wine, blueberries and dark chocolate may play a role in forming memories. Add the bubbly beer to it.

Myth-busting chocolate teapot developed in UK

British experts have managed to produce a chocolate teapot that held boiling water for two minutes to make a drinkable brew, busting a long-held myth.

Harmful lead found in chocolates in Brazil

Savoring the sweetness of chocolates may come with a bitter side-effect on your health as researchers have found varying levels of lead and cadmium in samples of chocolate purchased in Brazil.

Dark chocolate helps artery disease patients walk better

A new Italian study has found out that people with artery diseases can improve their walking ability by eating dark chocolates.

Dark chocolate may benefit people with artery disease

Eating dark chocolate - a food rich in polyphenols - may help people with peripheral artery disease walk a little longer and farther before pain sets in, scientists have found.

Recipe: Triple Chocolate Mousse

Try this new and tasty fantastic mousse of Milk, dark and white chocolates melted, mixed with gelatin and whipped cream in this summer in 10 minutes only.

Researchers to study if chocolates prevent heart attacks

Almost all of us like chocolates and love to indulge in them. Here is some more good news for all the chocolate lovers as dark chocolates are believed to help prevent heart attacks and stroke.

Why dark chocolate is good for your heart

Researchers have suggests that consumption of dark chocolate lowers the augmentation index, a key vascular health predictor, and reduces adhesion of white blood cells to the vessel wall.

How dark chocolate and red wine are good for your heart

A new study has revealed red wine and dark chocolate not only taste great, but also have heart-healthy components.

Eat dark chocolate to keep diabetes at bay

A new research has revealed that indulging in dark chocolate treats can actually help ward off diabetes.

Top 5 reasons to indulge in a chocolate treat

Dark chocolate is power packed with health benefits and when taken in moderation can actually help keep your heart healthy, improve brain power and even help maintain a slimmer figure.

Chocolates can boost men`s performance in bedroom

Eating chocolate can add sugar to your romantic life, as it can boost a man`s bedroom performances for up to six hours, a new study has revealed.

Dark choco a day, keeps doctor away

Go for a dark chocolate, which contains a good amount of vitamins, minerals, iron, potassium and magnesium.

Go for dark chocolate and red wine to keep your lover`s heart healthy

The real food of love is dark chocolate and red wine, because it can help keep your true love`s heart beating strong, says a Loyola dietitian.

Men benefit most from eating dark chocolate

Eating dark chocolate can protect men against heart disease and stroke, scientists have claimed.

Milk chocolate fans dislike bitter taste

Dark chocolate lovers have higher tolerance to bitterness than people who like milk chocolate, according to Penn State food scientists.

Fruity juice halves fat in chocolate without taking away its chocolatey!

Scientists have found a way to replace up to 50 percent of fat content in chocolate with fruit juice.

Dark chocolate reduces risk of heart disease

Consumption of dark chocolate on a daily basis can reduce cardiovascular events, such as heart attacks and strokes, in people with metabolic syndrome (a cluster of factors that increases the risk of developing heart disease and diabetes), a new study has found.

Dark chocolate and red wine ‘the real food of love’

Dark chocolate and red wine have positive components that are good for your heart.

Dark chocolate and red wine ‘the real food of love’

Dark chocolate and red wine have “positive components that are good for your heart”, a new study has claimed.