Can a dark chocolate recipe really help you lose weight?
The answer lies in the ingredients used. Tweak processed ingredients with natural, whole ones and swipe regular sugar with any natural sweetener like stevia, honey or maple syrup.
While there is no magic solution to weight loss, research supports a number of health benefits of dark chocolate for this purpose including reduced insulin sensitivity, increased feelings of fullness and reduced stress and cortisol levels.
Raw cacao is different from that supermarket chocolate in two very important ways: it boasts a surprisingly high amount of fiber and is packed with powerful antioxidants. It also boasts a surprisingly high amount of fiber. Paired with a portioned amount of any natural sweetener, it’s as sweet and indulgent as what you’re used to, except it’s actually fabulous for you.
A study from Denmark reviewed in a 2008 edition of Science Daily found that dark chocolate, compared to milk chocolate, was more filling and also lessened cravings for unhealthy foods.
Did you think eating chocolate will only increase your girth?
I too had thought along the same lines before this eureka moment!
This recipe of sinful delight will actually give the weighing machine a reason to smile on you too like it did on me.
Take a look down below before you proceed to the main recipe