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The consuption of various food substances such as red wine and dark chocolate have been in the news on several occasions over the last couple of years about whether their consumption can help to reduce the risk of various things such as cancer or heart disease. The BMJ published a new research article looking at darkj chocolate but this time also looking at what teh cost-effectiveness barrier would be to following such health advice. It can be found here:
It says that only spending the equivalent of £25 pounds per year per person on dark chocolate could be cost-effective in reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease. Do you believe this? Do take a careful look at the results section.
What are your opinions on such stories or new research that claim new foods to be miraculous riskreducers?