In moderation, chocolate may be beneficial to health, prevention of coronary artery disease

In moderation, chocolate may be beneficial to health, prevention of coronary artery disease

In moderation, chocolate may be beneficial to health, prevention of coronary artery disease Historians credit Richard Cadbury, son of chocolatier John Cadbury, with the invention in 1861 of heart-shaped boxes filled with chocolates. The box—after the candy was consumed—was intended to store sentimental love letters or locks of hair, which were common practices in the Victorian era. Of course chocolate has been around much longer than heart-shaped boxes for Valentine's Day. When first domesticated over 5,000 years ago in present-day …