Chocolate is a beloved dessert to millions.

Sadly, its fat content can be less than desirable for dieting, so Warwick University is on a mission to create “low-fat” chocolate.

This task is harder than it seems because reducing the fat in chocolate can drastically alter the flavor, but scientists at Warwick University think they may have found the miracle ingredient ... seaweed.

Check out the slideshow above to learn how seaweed could make chocolate low fat.

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