Oprah: Diabetes bad, Chocolate good.

Via on Feb 7, 2011

Oprah’s left hand devotes a show (or more) to diabetes…

…while Oprah’s right hand whips crowd into Godiva Godiva Godiva frenzy with her talk show set made entirely of chocolate:

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2 Responses to “Oprah: Diabetes bad, Chocolate good.”

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  2. Yogini3 says:

    Anyone with compulsive overeating issues, whether arrested or not, has probably tried and sometimes liked, sugar-free chocolate or carob (natural chocolate substitute) with low or no sugar. Any low-carb dieter teaches themselves to love the taste of sugar-free chocolate. [Well, I, personally, can't wrap myself around the taste of it.] Diabetes could be managed in this very way, with sugar-free chocolate and chocolate substitutes. It is not the most natural way–but since when is a refined product like processed chocolate – naturally occurring?

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