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Two recent articles have demonstrated a strong positive correlation between population-level consumption of either chocolate1 or milk2 and the incidence rate of Nobel prizes. Messerli1 proposed the positive effect of chocolate flavonoids on cognitive functioning3 as the underlying biological mechanism. Extending Messerli's1 work, Laithwaite and Fuller2 reported a significant correlation between per …
Contributors TL and NN conceived the idea. TL drafted the letter and NN revised the letter.
Disclaimer TL drinks coffee without milk but with a few squares of milk chocolate. NN loves chocolates and cheese. Lactose intolerance status: not revealed.