EAT YOUR CHOCOLATE KIDS!

It is finally here! I am so excited to share this chocolate with you that you must excuse any typos 😉  I’m not trying to be a chocolate pusher and telling you all that you must eat; but simply am intent on sharing with you WHY you must run out and buy this chocolate!

MY CHOCOLATE STORY

Last February I discover the GO RAW chocolate at the gourmet store down the road from my in-laws Florida pad. I read the ingredients, got really excited and bought two… okay, maybe three.

Got back home to Mount Kisco and tried every local grocery store in my area and no one carried it. I even begged the manager at my local organic grocers to stock up; trying to convey  to him how it fits with their product line and they already carry the brand. No success.

Whenever I remembered to buy it I ordered them from Amazon and passed the scoop onto some friends. How do you like those chocolates now, Katy? 🙂

Now they are local and you can buy GO RAW chocolate at the newly re- opened Mount Kisco Farm grocery store.

WHY IS CHOCOLATE WORTH EATING?

I don’t really like totally dark chocolate, and that is the healthy kind. I love milk chocolate, but that’s the not so great kind. This is the HEALTHY AMAZING dairy free, no junk added kind! You know when certain super healthy people who you admire talk about eating chocolate each evening. THIS is what they are referring too, not the chocolate with the added junk mentioned here in this article .

SOME SCOOP

1.Raises serotonin levels: Are you happy when you eat chocolate?

2. Raises HDL and cocoa helps oxidize LDL

3. See the nutrition panel below for pure dark cocoa.

  • 67% of the RDA for Iron.
  • 58% of the RDA for Magnesium.
  • 89% of the RDA for Copper.
  • 98% of the RDA for Manganese.
  • It also has plenty of potassium, phosphorus, zinc and selenium

Want more ideas and ways to swap out your pantry? Contact me:) 

2 Comments

  1. Debbie says:

    I have a tendency to over indulge in chocolate at night and then not feel well the next morning. I went out and bought these based on Diana’s blog. At first I was taken aback by what i was paying for 6 tiny pieces of chocolate. I think I paid $6.99 for the package. Last night, I ate the one square thinking I would proceed to eat the rest of the squares for a very expensive snack!. Surprisingly, after getting distracted after the first square so I couldn’t immediately open a second, I felt very satisfied and was able to walk away from the kitchen. I will continue to use these as my after dinner ‘fix’. Thanks for the reco Diana – the Mt. Kisco farm is also a great addition back into town. Produce and veggies quality is WAY better than the local grocery stores.

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