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  Satisfy your junk-food cravings with these healthy snacks

Could "Grilled Meat" chips be popular in the US?

Chocolate dog food. Old garden hose. Weirdly fishy. Full story

Travel Postcard: 48 Hours in Bruges

BRUGES, Belgium (Reuters) - The well-preserved historic Bruges city centre is a UNESCO world heritage site and with eight Michelin star restaurants and the most independent chocolatiers in Belgium, it is worth a visit even for those who do not like museums. Full story

Kraft's profit edges up on price hikes

Kraft Foods Inc. said Thursday that the growing popularity of its cookies and chocolates in developing markets -- and the higher prices it charged around the world -- helped its profit edge up in the first quarter. Full story

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Chocolate may be good for your heart: study

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  Pamper mom with Mother’s Day breakfast in bed

This Mother’s Day, let your mom sleep in and surprise her with a delicious meal. Baker Warren Brown demonstrates how to make white chocolate waffles and quiche Florentine from his book “CakeLove in the Morning.”

  ‘Forbidden’ foods you should be eating

Some of the foods people tend to avoid, like chocolate and pasta, actually have health benefits. Dietitian and Self magazine blogger Sarah-Jane Bedwell reveals the five “bad” foods you should keep in your diet.

  Sweet snacks that won’t derail your diet

Elizabeth Somer shares her calorie-friendly takes on dessert favorites, including banana splits, peanut butter candies and more.

  Eat chocolate, weigh less?

Researchers at the University of California San Diego found that chocolate intake is linked to a lower body mass index. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

  Eating more chocolate, weigh less?

A sudy finds regular chocolate consumption could lower your body mass index. NBC's Erika Edwards reports.

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Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt eats chocolate in Ostrava May 23, 2012. Bolt will be competing in the 100 meters event at the IAAF World Challenge Ostrava Golden Spike meeting on Friday. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS)

Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt gives chocolate to children in Ostrava
Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt gives chocolate to children in Ostrava

Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt gives chocolate to children in Ostrava May 23, 2012. Bolt will be competing in the 100 meters event at the IAAF World Challenge Ostrava Golden Spike meeting on Friday. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS)

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