LONDON: Bad at maths? Gorge on chocolates before you attempt your next examination.
A new study has revealed that eating chocolate could improve the brain's ability to do maths as well as boost your energy level.
Researchers have carried out the study and found that flavanols, compounds found in chocolate and part of a group of chemicals called polyphenols, actually work by increasing the flow of blood into the brain.
According to the study's lead author David Kennedy of Northumbria University, the findings suggest that students who binge on chocolate when revising for examination might gain a real benefit from doing so and chocolate could be beneficial for mentally challenging tasks also.
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