Preliminary research on this chocolate substitute.
Estimated lifetime risk of developing a brain tumor with and without mobile phone use.
We know cocoa is good for us. What about carob? Harmful, harmless, or helpful?
Wonderful stuff. There’s not a big carob lobby, so there hasn’t been much research, but this year we did learn that in the very least carob can protect human colon cells from DNA damage.
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