Chocolate helps the brain produce feel-good serotonin. Be sure to indulge in the dark variety — it contains incredible amounts of antioxidants, whereas milk chocolate is just that: milk and sugar with trace amounts of cocoa.
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I was delighted to be invited onto KFM today to discuss weight loss and fad diets with Ciara Plunkett. January has become synonymous with weight loss diets, diet foods and detoxing but crazy fad diets are rarely sustainable. Setting realistic goals is … Continued
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