Could The Answer To Improved Understanding, Learning and Remembering Be More Chocolate?

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'Proving those hypothetical health benefits hasn’t been easy, but there is reasonable and credible scientific evidence to suggest it can dramatically improve memory and cognition, especially as people age. 

It is normal for cognitive function to slightly deteriorate with age. Memory capacity begins to worsen, along with processing speed and the ability to form long-term memories. Finding a way to defer the onset of these issues becomes increasingly important as life expectancy gets longer and global populations age. Chocolate may have the answer as a superfood.'

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