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Eat chocolate to look younger

We've all dreamed of eating chocolate without gaining weight but did we ever dare to dream that we could eat chocolate and look younger with each bite?

That dream could be a reality according to Lycotec, a UK based company with research ties to Cambridge University. They've created "Esthechoc," a 70 percent dark chocolate that researchers say is so potent that one 7.5-gram piece packs the same antioxidants as 100 grams of regular dark chocolate or 300 grams of Alaskan Salmon.
Creators say that in a clinical trial, eating a piece of Esthechoc a day for four weeks boosted blood supply to the skin and reduced inflammation.

They tested this on 50-60 year olds and Lycotec's Ivan Petyaev reported that, "In terms of skin biomarkers we found it had brought skin back to the levels of a 20 or 30-year-old."

Health experts say more trials are needed to show whether it really lives up to the hype. But would you try a piece? Hey, if it's chocolate, we'll try it no matter what!