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February 10, 2009

Healthy Eating: One Chocolate Never Made Anyone FAT!

864671_chocolates_2 Hey, it's that time of year again. Could be good news could be bad news. However you look at it, there's heart-shaped candy everywhere you turn. Some's good, some's bad. Either way, the temptation to indulge is at its zenith. (Ok,  Easter's just around the corner, but it's only February so let's not push it!)

Most of us with significant others have probably told them time and time again, "Don't buy me chocolates!" But, in our Valentine's heart of hearts, isn't a big box of chocolates and a beautiful bouquet of red roses the quintessential gift of love? Give the guy a break and let him do something nice for you!

So whether you have a lover or you're on your own (again), don't let the chocolate factor get you down. Buy yourself your favorite chocolates (none of that waxy stuff!), and indulgeJust take a couple , you don't have to eat the whole box in a fit of depression - they'll be there tomorrow. Give yourself permission. Enjoy. One or two chocolates never made anyone fat.

Besides, there's always Easter...

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Dark Chocolate is full of antioxidants and flavonoids and is good for you! Dark chocolate can lower blood pressure and reduce bad LDL cholesterol, as well as stimulate endorphin production which makes you feel good. Remember though that chocolate is high in calories and fat, so your intake has to be limited.

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Posted by: Fazila | Feb 12, 2009 4:03:09 AM

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