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This is what happens to your body when you eat chocolate

Reader's Digest Logo By Emily DiNuzzo of Reader's Digest | Slide 1 of 8: The benefits of chocolate begin immediately after you take that first bite. Yes, chocolate is tasty. It has more than 600 flavour compounds, according to research in Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety. But in addition to rocking your taste buds, this popular treat affects different parts of your body – from your brain to your skin.

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The benefits of chocolate begin immediately after you take that first bite. Yes, chocolate is tasty. It has more than 600 flavour compounds, according to research in Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety. But in addition to rocking your taste buds, this popular treat affects different parts of your body – from your brain to your skin.
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