Do you have a dilemma because you love sweets and at the same time want to keep your body in line? Is there any way to combine this? It turns out that yes! You may find it surprising, but following healthy eating recommendations doesn’t mean you have to give up chocolate. How is this possible?
The basic rule is – choose a product with the right composition. In accordance with the legal regulations in force, each manufacturer must provide information on the ingredients on the packaging. Therefore, you always have the option to check that the chocolate you want to buy does not contain white sugar or glucose-fructose syrup (or other syrups, e.g. glucose). If you find such items in the ingredients list, it is best not to purchase.
In that case, what sweets can you eat without remorse and fear that they will destroy your dream of a slim figure? One of the proposals is chocolate made of unroasted cocoa beans with no added sugar. In addition to the fact that it does not disturb the slimming diet, it has several other advantages – it is distinguished by its unique taste and health-promoting properties. All thanks to the fact that unroasted cocoa beans contain more polyphenols, B vitamins and iron.
The aforementioned chocolate is not the only way to enjoy the unique chocolate taste while keeping your line in mind. If you are looking for a delicious and healthy snack (e.g. for work, school), choose dried fruit in chocolate.
Fruits are a source of nutrients valuable for health, such as vitamins (including A, C) and polyphenols. In addition, they contain a lot of fiber, which makes hunger reappear after a long time. If you choose the ones covered with a delicious chocolate glaze (no added sugar), you will get a nutritious and delicious snack! You can also include it in your child’s diet – especially if he does not like eating fruit in a different form.
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