>Health and Nutrition>Go ahead and have that chocolate bar
or here http://ucsdnews.ucsd.edu/pressrelease/regular_chocolate_eaters_are_thinner/
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"But I have promises to keep, And miles to go before I sleep, And miles to go before I sleep." Robert Frost
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Interesting. I just read the article.
A chocolate consumption frequency–squared term was nonsignificant, providing no evidence for a U-shaped relationship of chocolate consumption frequency to BMI. In contrast to chocolate consumption frequency, the amount of chocolate eaten was not related to BMI, favorably or adversely (eg, per medium chocolate serving or 1 oz [28 g], β = 0.00057 [P = .97] in an age- and sex-adjusted model [analyses not shown]).
and later this:
Adults who consumed chocolate more frequently had a lower BMI than those who consumed chocolate less often. The findings were retained or strengthened in a range of adjustment models and was not explained by calorie intake (frequent chocolate intake was linked to more overall calories), activity, or other assessed potential confounders.
Golomb BA, Koperski S, White HL. Association Between More Frequent Chocolate Consumption and Lower Body Mass Index. Arch Intern Med.2012;172(6):519-521. doi:10.1001/archinternmed.2011.2100.
Oh thank you thank you thank you.
Be right back making a chocolate run.
rather be sprinting
Otherwise known as "fat people are afraid to admit how much chocolate they eat when polled."
PRs: 5k 19:25, mile 5:38, HM 1:30:56
Lifting PRs: back squat 176 lb
So the more chocolate I eat, the thinner I will be? K, I'm on it!