Chocolate Depression: Could be a direct cause

By Jamie Pert - Apr 30, 2010

If you eat a lot of chocolate you may want to pay attention to this post, apparently research has recently been revealed which shows that regular chocolate eaters are more likely to suffer with depression than people who eat chocolate now and again.

Currently there is no scientific proof to prove this, however a recent study across 1,000 adults showed that the more chocolate a man or woman ate, the lower their mood would be.

Part of the research saw some people eat more than six 28g chocolate bars a month, individuals who ate this much scored the highest levels of depression.

It is needless to say that until we hear of scientific research we will be unsure whether or not chocolate will be link to depression, however we would like to hear your opinions on the matter, simply answer some of the following questions in the comments section below.

Does eating chocolate give you a “buzz”? Does eating chocolate make you feel depressed? How many chocolate bars (28g) do you eat a week?

Source: BBC

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