Academics at the University of East Anglia in Norwich have found ingredients in chocolate could help protect us from diabetes.
A study of two thousand people discovered that eating high levels of flavonoids - which are found in chocolate, berries and tea - could offer protection from Type 2 diabetes.
Research found the food groups also appeared to lower the inflammation associated with obesity, cardiovascular disease, and cancer.
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