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Does A Chocolate Habit Help Keep You Lean?

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If that Hershey's Kiss is your last, researchers say it's likely to taste better. John Rose/NPR hide caption

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Why The Best Chocolate Is The One You Eat Last

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Farmers dry cacao beans in Uchiza, Peru, a file photo from 2008. Researchers are exploring the wild cacao bounty of Peru's Amazon Basin, part of an effort to jump-start the country's premium cacao industry.

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