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    i was reading a thing about it being more anabolic than meat or w/e. good.... or not?

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    In small amounts dark chocolate (75-99%) can have great health benefits. It's full of flavanoids, antioxidants and magnesium. I would do more than 1 small bar a week though as it is still chocolate. If you aren't cutting, then by all means, have some dark chocolate in moderation.

    As far as being more anabolic than meat..........well, that's a big fat long shot.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jodi View Post
    In small amounts dark chocolate (75-99%) can have great health benefits. It's full of flavanoids, antioxidants and magnesium. I would do more than 1 small bar a week though as it is still chocolate. If you aren't cutting, then by all means, have some dark chocolate in moderation.

    As far as being more anabolic than meat..........well, that's a big fat long shot.
    You mean wouldn't, right?

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    Yeah that's what I mean



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