The Chocolate Diet is a weight loss plan that involves eating chocolate to lose weight. Does it work?
The key to losing weight is to burn more calories than you take in. Now, I hate to burst your bubble, but nothing and I mean nothing will replace exercise. If you eat fewer calories than you burn, you will lose weight. The best way to do this is with a diet that although burns more calories than others, will still allow you to eat chocolate.
The history of the Chocolate Diet
This Chocolate Diet has been around for many years. It’s been called many different names, and my personal favorite is the Cacao Diet. If this is the diet you are looking for, let’s move on.
The reason why people are so interested in the chocolate diet is that it works. There are several positive accomplishments to weight loss and a toned body. As major as these accomplishments may seem today, they are still pretty unbelievable to me as a person.
Notice how weight loss has been compared to muscle development? By the time I am at my maximum skeletal-fold and looking incredibly ripped, all of the muscle definition in my body will be gone. This weight loss gives me the strength I have to do a mountain climbing trip – something I would not have been able to do without running, and certainly not without eating chocolate.
Is this true? Of course, it is. You cannot eat chocolate, because the process is quite different if you are a bodybuilder, but you can eat chocolate as a dieter. The process of building muscle is the same as eating chocolate. If you eat enough chocolate, you can build a toned body. If you eat more chocolate you will become super skinny.
Weight loss is not the end of the world
It is something you have to work at, just like developing your muscles. The body uses sugar first, then your body uses carbs, and then it uses fat for energy. By focusing on healthy natural organic chocolate and a healthy diet, you can lose weight and keep it off.
When people want to lose weight they, sometimes, will wake up one morning with a big belly. They hate this, and they wish they could feel as defined as a panther. Unfortunately, we live in a society where the value of being super thin is put ahead of the value of being healthy. This has lead to a culture of laziness. People are so desperate for instant gratification that they will take pills and other dangerous measures to lose weight.
One recipe for real weight loss is eating a healthy breakfast. This may seem like a boring tip, but it is very nutritious and could be considered another weapon in the fight against fat. People tend to eat a breakfast that is not quite good for their bodies. A simple cold and running water with toasted cinnamon wanting in the morning is better than nothing. It is a good start to the day.
Not only that, but studies have shown that those who eat healthily early in the day do not eat as much during the rest of the day. This eating plan also tends to help people of all ages. Of course, it is key for a person to eat the right kind of chocolate, in the right quantities and at the right time of day.
A healthy and nutritious breakfast should provide your body with six to eleven grams of good carbohydrates (carbs). We, unfortunately, eat a lot of processed carbohydrates, and of course, there is a downside to eating so much processed food – bad fat or not.
A truly healthy breakfast should be more like old fashioned oats- Granola with a spoonful of raisins, a half of a sliced apple, and maybe a sprinkle of Cinnamon. This includes the Cinnamon sugar-free HUD Natural Sweetener.
Here is the exact recipe:
* Two cups of raw unfrozen almond meal* ½ cup of almonds, finely chopped* 1/4 cup of dried blueberries* ½ cup of coconut unsweetened* Six to eight cherries, chopped* 1/4 cup of shredded whey protein* 1 heaping teaspoon of carob* 1 heaping teaspoon of cinnamon* ½ cup of pecans
Just mix all the ingredients in a small bowl and enjoy. This is a great way to meet your daily protein needs and will soon give you an energy boost. Studies have shown whey protein to have more healing powers when compared to other proteins and carbs.