Dark Chocolate: What’s Not To Love?
Aphrodisiac? Anti-inflammatory antioxidant? Antidote to Alzheimers?
Modest amounts of dark chocolate—if you believe all the studies—can reduce risk of cancer, heart disease and bad cholesterol while also improving memory and mood.
But you can't eat just any ol' chocolate. And be careful about sabotaging chocolate’s healthy effects by using it in recipes that also have gobs of butter, scoops of sugar and loads of refined flour.
(Keep reading for two yummy -- and healthy -- Valentine’s Day recipes.