March is National Nutrition Month in the United States, created by the [United States] Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. There goes chocolate. Or not.

In my favorite chocolate fantasy, chocolate is my major food group. I eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner because it is good for me. Or is it?

Before I indulge in my fantasy, regrettably there is a teeny-weeny rational part of me that would like to know if chocolate is good for me and if so, exactly how much is the recommended dose of daily goodness.

Is it a family size block for one or as little as one or two squares per day? If it is the latter, then I would like a second opinion. Or a third or a fourth opinion, until someone tells me what I want to hear.

In Hormones and Chocolate the (United States) Hormone Health Network (HHN) elaborate on how Dark Chocolate Can Help Your Health and the Proven Health Benefits of Chocolate.

Meno Martha and Chocolate or NotUnfortunately in Hormones and Chocolate the HHN also explain:

“What should you do if you have a chocolate craving? Don’t be afraid to indulge, just a little. A recommended serving of chocolate is two small squares of dark chocolate per day, or one ounce”.

I am off to get a second opinion…

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Last Updated: 24 June 2019 – Posted: 12 March 2018
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