Some people claim that chocolate is good, especially dark chocolate. But there's a big difference between different forms of chocolate.
Some chocolate has 18g of sugar per 28g. So it's like 2/3 of pure sugar. The more sugar it has the more addictive it is. So they tell you that one serving is 28 grams while it gets addicted then you're not going to stop at one serving.
So you're going to keep eating and eating. The Chocolate-Peanut is a little bit better because the peanuts are filled out with some fat and protein. But even so, it has 15g of sugar per 28g serving. You're going to keep eating because the sugar makes it very addictive.
So then some people say that they eat dark chocolate. So now it has less sugar. Well, not necessarily has a little bit less sugar. So you want to keep it to a minimum.
Once you have to about 70 plus. Now you have 7g of sugar in a 40g serving. So if you have 78% cocoa, then it can't have more than 22% sugar. If you get the math. So you want to get up to at least 75%, 78% somewhere around there, and what you're going to find is because it's not so sweet. It's not so addictive and it's more satisfying.
A little bit goes a long way. Once you work your way up, you're also going to find that your taste buds change and you don't crave the sweets so much. So now you can give yourself a treat once in a while and not feel so bad about it.