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Eating Chocolate in Pregnancy May Help Protect Against Pre-eclampsia

Tony 2015-12-15 09:21:32

    Eating Chocolate in Pregnancy May Help Protect Against Pre-eclampsia


  Given what we know about chocolate's effect on blood vessel function and blood pressure, it's not surprising that higher chocolate intake -- particularly in the first and third trimesters -- has been associated with a decreased risk of developing pre-eclampsia, a dangerous type of hypertension that can occur as the result of pregnancy. Research suggests that five or more servings per week may be the therapeutic "dose," so to speak, so don't be shy, ladies!

  Got a pregnant valentine? Give her an assortment of Super Dark bars from Vosges Haut-Chocolat. They may not offer a pickles-and-chocolate version, but at least one of their exotic chocolate combinations is sure to tap into an offbeat pregnancy craving.