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"Drinking coffee seems to be very protective against...."

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Drinking coffee seems to be very protective against developing diabetes. Its niacin and magnesium are clearly important, but it is also a rich source of antioxidants, and it helps to maintain normal thyroid and progesterone production. Chocolate is probably protective too, and it is a good source of magnesium and antioxidants.
--Ray Peat, PhD
 

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However, note that a lot of commercially available chocolates (especially the cheaper ones) seem to contain "vegetable oil" (probably the cheapest they can get away with).


Reading chocolate labels can be depressing.
 
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Reading most labels can be depressing. :banghead
 
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