Is it okay to eat lots of chocolate like all the time
Chocolate is high in calories and eating too much can lead to obesity. The cocoa butter in chocolate does contain saturated fat, which can increase blood cholesterol levels, and high cholesterol may contribute to heart disease. Thanks! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/is-it-okay-to-eat-lots-of-chocolate-like-all-the-time ]
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- Is it okay to eat lots of chocolate like all the time
- Chocolate is high in calories and eating too much can lead to obesity. The cocoa butter in chocolate does contain saturated fat, which can increase blood cholesterol levels, and high cholesterol may contribute to heart disease. Thanks!
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