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It’s estimated that the average American consumes about 3.6 ounces of chocolate per week. Believe it or not, that’s actually OK—as long as it’s the right type of chocolate. Dark chocolate—and the less processed the better—is rich in a type of antioxidant called a flavanol, which studies have shown can help protect heart health. And a healthier heart means more oxygen delivered, which translates into higher energy levels.

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