I don’t know about you, but I find all of the information that comes from supposed experts about the positive or negative impacts of the foods we eat or the drinks we drink kind of amusing.
I’ve also found that the things I enjoy most, bacon and fried foods for example, are most likely to show up in a study as being bad for me.
That’s why the story I read early today, indicating something I enjoy may actually make me healthier, made me smile.
(Undated) — Medical researchers have another reason for you to like chocolate. A new study says regularly eating chocolate could help prevent irregular heartbeat. Researchers in Denmark found that adults who ate chocolate at least once a month had ten to 20-percent lower rates of atrial fibrillation, or irregular heartbeat, than people who ate chocolate less than once a month. The leader of the study says people who ate one ounce of chocolate two to six times a week were least likely to have irregular heartbeat episodes.
I’m going to stop off at Speedway on my way home and get a jumbo payday.
That’s the way I see it!