Can You Really Eat Dark Chocolate While Dieting?
Of course you can eat dark chocolate while dieting! Dark chocolate is usually considered safe for any meal plan as it contains less fats and calories in comparison to the highly unhealthy milk chocolate. In fact, few chocolaty treats can be included in your weight loss diet because dark chocolate is made from cacao, which naturally contains antioxidant called catechins. Catechins enhance the process of fat burning, and they are also beneficial in a number of ways such as promoting heart health.
Diet Angel’s organic dark chocolates are naturally rich in anandamide nutrient, which is a mood enhancing compound. While the cardiovascular health is taken care of by the presence of Magnesium and Theobromine, the iron is responsible for the promotion of blood, muscle and brain function. The antioxidants found in the cold-processed dark chocolates help in disease prevention and cell recovery.
Which type of chocolate is considered healthy?
If you want to minimize the impact of delicious dessert on your waistline, treat yourself with organic dark chocolates. Organic dark chocolates are made using organic cacao beans and organic cacao butter. Unlike milk chocolate, the organic dark chocolate has higher percentage of cacao and it is milk-free! Dark chocolate gives a bitter-sweet due to low sugar levels, yet it is rich in flavor and aroma.
Our dark chocolates not only taste good but they are great, premium whole foods. Our dark chocolate is vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free and sweetened with low glycemic organic coconut palm nectar. The ingredients present in the dark chocolate cause no adverse effects on your health, thereby letting you to achieve your “to be slim trim” goals.
How to enjoy vegan chocolate while on a diet?
Simply buy our cold-processed organic dark chocolate bars or you can make them at home using these ingredients: organic cold-processed cacao butter, 2-5 tablespoons organic coconut palm nectar and organic raw cacao powder (unsweetened).
By using the ‘double boiler’ technique, melt the organic cold-processed cacao butter. Pour sweetener into the butter while the bowl still remains on the “boiler” and whisk until perfectly combined. Now remove this sweetened butter from the boiler and add cacao powder. Mix until it becomes smooth. Pour the chocolate into cupcake liners and put them in the fridge for 10-15 minutes.
It is always recommended to store your dark chocolate in an air tight container in the fridge otherwise it will melt. You also have the option to add flavors such as vanilla, cinnamon, sea salt or cayenne pepper so as to enrich the taste of your dessert. The chocolates taste so good that you’ll wonder how you could settle down for less! Now you can include dark chocolate in your diet guilt-free while you are following a weight loss program.