Eating 100g of chocolate a day linked to reduced CVD risk.
Consumption of up to 100g of chocolate every day is linked to lowered risk of heart disease and stroke, according to UK research.16 Jun 2015
How much chocolate a day is too much?
What is the daily recommended amount of dark chocolate? The recommended “dose” of dark chocolate is approximately 1 to 2 ounces, or 30-60g, experts say. Indulge in anything more than that, and you may be consuming too many calories.11 Jul 2017
Is it bad to eat a lot of chocolate in one day?
Research has shown that no more than 6.7 grams of chocolate should be consumed in a day, reports Mercola. Eating large quantities of chocolate can do more harm than good. Weight Gain. Chocolate is high calories, and excess caloric intake leads to weight gain.4 Jan 2017
Can 100% dark chocolate eat?
Chocolate with 100% cacao content can be very unpalatable to eat on its own. This type of chocolate is also known as “unsweetened chocolate” or “baker’s chocolate”. It contains zero sugar and it can be too bitter for most people to eat as is.27 Apr 2018
How much chocolate does the average person eat a day?
According to researchers, 6.7 grams of dark chocolate per day — a bit less than half a bar a week — represents the ideal amount for a protective effect against inflammation and cardiovascular disease.6 Oct 2014