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Dark chocolate/cocoa effective for cholesterol improvements: Meta-analysis

nutraingredients-usa.com — “Consuming polyphenol-rich dark chocolate or cocoa products may reduce total and LD cholesterol levels, but has no effect on HDL levels, according to a meta-analysis of 10 clinical trials.View full resource at nutraingredients-usa.com

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More evidence of the positive effects of dark chocolate on cholesterol: http://t.co/fpA5WXv That's DARK chocolate.

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Is caffeine behind coffee's anti-diabetic effects?

nutraingredients-usa.com — “Coffee's widely-reported potential anti-diabetes benefits may be related to the caffeine content of the beverage, claims a new study from Japan.View full resource at nutraingredients-usa.com

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Coffee’s widely-reported potential anti-diabetes benefits may be related to the caffeine content in the beverage http://ow.ly/1ZmIN

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DuPont launches high-dose vegetarian EPA omega-3 form

nutraingredients-usa.com — “DuPont has launched a dietary supplement range in the US that employs its high-dose, yeast-derived EPA ingredient that is targeting younger consumers seeking vegetarian alternatives.View full resource at nutraingredients-usa.com

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DuPont launches high-dose vegetarian EPA omega-3 form http://bit.ly/aJYQHF

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