If you are trying to control your caloric or simple sugar intake, but can’t seem to shake your cravings for chocolate, dark chocolate is a much better choice, as it contains less sugar and more cocoa than traditional milk chocolate. Dark chocolate also provides other nutrients that are important for overall health. While eating any type of chocolate comes with a certain amount of sugar, dark chocolate helps the body manage its simple sugars and glucose levels more effectively. In other words, you don’t need to cut out your sweet tooth to avoid the symptoms of diabetes, but you should alter it in a sensible way!
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