Researchers are hard at work developing a sexy little chocolate pill! 

By now we all know that, a daily dose of chocolate can trim your waistline…

Researchers at Brigham Womens Hospital in Boston and Harvard Medical School recently announced a multimillion dollar study to more accurately gauge the true power of chocolate flavonoids when consumed in concentrated capsule form. 

If you’re like us, you welcome any new excuse to add more chocolate into your life. To release fat, here’s the trick: Go heavy on the cocoa and light on sugar. Cocoa contains more antioxidants than most foods and is good for so many things, including – when consumed in moderation – weight loss.

In a June 2011 study from the Journal of Nutrition, researchers looked at the effect that antioxidants found in cocoa had on obese diabetic mice. (Since a diabetic’s lifespan is, on average, seven years shorter, they were looking for any antiaging promise that increasing dietary intake of this flavonoid might give.) Their findings: The mice lived longer. The cocoa reduced degeneration of their aortic arteries, and it blunted fat deposition.To add more cocoa into your diet, buy unsweetened cocoa and add it to shakes, coffee, and other recipes.