Study takes a big bite out of women's excuse to eat chocolate7/30/2012
Women of the world, find a new excuse: Chocolate cravings don't increase before you get your period, a new study concludes. The study's findings, published in the journal Appetite, contradict previous studies finding that women did, in fact, crave cocoa in the days prior to menstruation. Then again, the new research was based on the responses of only 35 college women, who, when presented with a bowl full of chocolate in a laboratory were no more likely to report a desire for it before their period as they were any other day. These findings support what both men and women knew all along: Any time is always the right time for chocolate. [Source]
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