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Chocolate can cut the risk of gum disease in half, research suggests

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Dark chocolate can reduce the risk of gum disease in half.

Researchers have reported that chocolate and cheese are associated with a 54% reduction in the risk of gum disease.

According to health experts, this is because dark chocolate, which is made from cocoa beans, contains antioxidants.

According to experts, cheese and unsalted peanuts are also good for health, but filtered coffee and low-calorie drinks increase these risks.

According to research carried out at Chongqing Medical University in China, experts say that the recommended diet according to health, physical needs and size shows the importance of our actions.

According to the researchers, rice was associated with 58 percent and unsalted peanuts with 71 percent of the risk reduction.

However, filtered coffee increases the risk by 42 percent and low-calorie drinks by 57 percent.


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