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13 Surprisingly High-Calorie Foods

Dark Chocolate

Chocolate

Milk chocolate is fattening and that’s the reason why health buffs turn to dark chocolate just to satisfy a craving. Dark chocolate comes from cacao seeds without milk and sugar. Actually, there are many dark chocolate percentages out in the market and the good one to eat, a bit of natural sweetness and not too bitter, is the one with 75 to 80 percent cacao seeds.

Dark chocolate has 11 grams of fiber per 100 grams serving. It is rich in antioxidants, can lower blood pressure, lessens the risk of contracting cardiovascular diseases, keeps the skin clear and it regulates brain function. Milk chocolate doesn’t have these benefits.

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