Researchers claim it is possible to tire of chocolate
Utter horse-hocky. For one thing, these "researchers", clearly in the pay of the food nanny/anti-chocolate cabal, think it's perfectly reasonable to compare eating one pill
(with tomato extract) with eating more than one Hershey's Special Dark chocolate bar per day
. For one thing, that's pretty meh chocolate. For another, true chocoholics prefer to mix it up a bit. Of *course* the study participants preferred one tasteless pill per day (low calorie) to a pretty sizable chunk of chocolate (more like 260 calories).
For a true scientific study, they should have forced people to chose between the mounds of chocolate bars and eating five store-bought styrofoam-textured tomatoes per day. These people are rank amateurs.
Now the Haggis Tolerance Test
was good science!
N.B. The use of the term "Sassenach" is a pejorative Gaelic term for the English, aka Crazy Limeys. It appears haggis only has beneficial cholesterol-lowering properties for Scots. So there's no point in force-feeding haggis to Brits, it just wastes a good haggis. And annoys the Brit.