How to Burn Belly Fat
Great news! A new study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine tracked 1000 adults and found that the people who eat chocolate more regularly on average weigh 5lbs less than those who don't.
Here are three reasons why according to David Katz, MD, MPH, director of the Yale Prevention Research Center:
1. Dark chocolate is bittersweet. Whereas sweet stimulates appetite, bitter actually suppresses it. So the benefit comes from eating dark chocolate in particular.
2. Chocolate also has a little caffeine. Caffeine revs metabolism, increasing the number of calories the body burns at rest.
3. It's high in good fat, a quality that slows digestion and helps curb appetite longer.
Many customers tell us that our chocolate has helped them lose weight, because it truly satisfies their cravings and helps them stay away from addictive & unhealthy junk food.
Here are our top three recommendations to support you in feeling great, burning belly fat and staying away from addictive junk foods in the new year.
The After Dark Truffle is the darkest truffle we've ever created. It's sprinkled with unsweetened chunks of 100% pure cacao and drenched in 81% dark chocolate. Click here to have it now.
A square a day keeps the doctor away. A quarter pound of 81% dark chocolate, perfect for emergencies and to replace any old junk food still laying around the house. Click here to have it in your chocolate drawer.
Sip rich, frothy and delicious low glycemic hot cocoa after your yoga workout or a frosty winter hike. Click here to have it in your cupboard.
Make the investment in yourself, you deserve it. When those junk food cravings come, it will feel so good having a delicious piece of low glycemic dark chocolate melting on your tongue- While your whole body relaxes into feeling completely satisfied. Click here to get some now. If for any reason you're not completely satisfied with your order, let us know within 30 days and we'll give you your money back.
Wishing you a prosperous new year filled with love, health & happiness.
Daniel & Matthew