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    Valentine's Day - Good for Your Heart!
    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff posted:
    For many Valentine's Day equals chocolate. If you are thinking about buying or making a chocolate treat for your special someone, you may be also be contributing to their good health and their heart !

    What are your plans for Valentine's Day?
    Do you go out or plan a romantic meal at home?
    What are your favorite Valentine's Day treats?
    ~To eat is a necessity, to eat intelligently is an art.~ La Rochefoucauld
    Carolyn Brown, MS, RD responded:
    Yum! Chocolate is great for you when it's the real deal. just have to be wary of all the added sugar, dairy and artificial flavorings. I'm looking forward to a little something sweet tomorrow. My favorite new treat is NewTree's chocolate noir spread with a little almond butter - it's like healthy adult nutella.

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