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Check Your Chocolate IQ

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Is eating chocolate really good for your patients’ health? Take this quick quiz on the pros and cons.

Lots of people eat chocolate to treat their health concerns as well as their palates. But is chocolate really good for them? Are there adverse effects?

Check your chocolate IQ by taking this quick quiz on the health pros and cons of eating this classic food favorite.

Note: If you would like more information on any of the questions, a link to the original article, “12 Bits On Chocolate and Health,” is provided on the last page of the quiz.

 

Question 1:

The correct answer is D. > 7 million tons

 

Question 2:

 

The correct answer is C. 16th

 

Question 3:

 

The correct answer is A. Dark chocolate

 

Question 4.

 

The correct answer is B. Higher intake is associated with a lower risk.

 

Question 5.

The correct answer is B. Lower blood pressure, by 2-3 mm Hg in the short term

 

Question 6.

 

The correct answer is A. True

 

Question 7.

 

The correct answer is B. Lower blood sugar levels

 

Question 8.

The correct answer is A. True

For more information on all questions and answers, please visit  “12 Bits On Chocolate and Health.”

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