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An anti-inflammatory diet, including coffee, chocolate, and red wine, could reduce your chances of dying early, according to new research


A growing body of research is showing the health benefits of chocolate.Africa Studio / Shutterstock A new study has shown how eating certain anti-inflammatory foods could be linked to a longer life. These foods include fruits and vegetables, coffee, red wine, and chocolate. Inflammation may be the cause of diseases like cancers, cardiovascular problems, and dementia.

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