New Hampshire in the Morning

Hand me another Lindt chocolate, please

M – Finally. The news we’ve been waiting for. Eat chocolate and live longer. Where do I sign up for this diet? A new British study paints chocolate as a wonder drug. I don’t care what the co-pay is. Fill my prescription, please! Taken as directed, chocolate can cut the risk of heart disease by 37%, reduce stroke by 29% and reduce your chances of developing diabetes by 31%. Possible side effects include developing a muffin top, cavaties and an unending desire for potato chips. If cravings persist for more than 4 hours, call your doctor. With any amount of luck, s/he will likely recommend: “Take 2 M & Ms and call me in the morning.” YES!

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