Chocolate Weight Loss Diet
You Can Eat Chocolate And Lose Weight
If you're a first-time visitor, you may want to check in at the Information Desk for more information on Chocolate Weight Loss Diet.
LOSING WEIGHT WITH CHOCOLATE
If you would have come up to me a year ago and said, "David, did you know that you could lose weight eating chocolate?" Although, I would have been polite, I would have blown you off as a genuine, KOOK!
Just the thought of losing weight eating chocolate... there must be a catch, like, it must be a phrase connected to some latest weight-loss-product that tastes like chocolate. But, as we all know (or thought we knew) chocolate doesn't make you lose weight, in fact it is one of the products that is responsible for the majority of obesity in America today!
Then, as fate would dictate, hundreds of my weight loss enthusiasts, who were embracing my weight loss methods via The DONT DIET OR EXERCISE System, began to write me saying that they were actually, "losing weight eating chocolate," and they were thanking me for leading them to, "The Chocolate Weight Loss Diet."
I was concerned because not only had I not heard of, The Chocolate Weight Loss Diet, but I did not believe that there was such a thing, although, I have always encouraged my weight losers to eat healthy dark chocolate for its health benefits - and to avoid the milk chocolate alternatives that are easily found on store shelves.
As the emails poured-in, my wife, Shelley, and I began to query the some 400 weight losers that were claiming that they were experiencing rapid weight loss using our chocolate weight loss diet.
Interestingly, they all had followed my advice to ingest healthy dark chocolate regularly and had developed each their own individual weight loss diet(s) based on information found within my book, The DON'T DIET OR EXERCISE System.
All this to say, admittedly, Shelley and I stumbled onto what may well be the most amazing weight loss discovery in the World today. And now, we know it's true, "You can eat chocolate and lose weight."
As a matter of fact, as we conducted the research for our book, "The Chocolate Weight Loss Diet," we discovered that cacao (the bean that all chocolate originates from) not only promotes weight loss, but has amazing health-promoting properties, medicinal properties and is full of vitamins and antioxidants!
Antioxidants are intimately involved in the prevention of cellular damage -- the common pathway for cancer, aging, obesity, and a variety of diseases.
According to the ORAC measurement of a food's antioxidant strength, dark chocolate at a rating of 13,120 stands high above other high-ORAC foods such as Acai berries (5,500), raisins (2,830), blueberries (2,400), spinach (1,260), broccoli (890), and red grapes (739).
Also, when looking for more healthful chocolate confections, consider one without added sugars, caffeine, milk fat, fillers, waxes, preservatives, and sport a lower calorie count.
Instead of reaching for a Hershey bar, next time, reach for the more healthy, dark chocolate alternative.
Xanthines found in chocolate create a sense of well-being. Theobromine opens the lungs and increases flow in blood vessels. It calms nerves and has a little stimulatory effect to give some additional energy without the addictive and negative stimulatory effects of caffeine.
This healthier dark chocolate actually helps to suppress the appetite while preventing fat metabolism and storage. Plus, due to its mood elevation chemicals, people feel better so they are more motivated to move and continue to lose weight.
The high-cocoa content, cold-processed, dark chocolates act, not only as an anti-depressant promoting a feeling of well-being, but also as a powerful appetite suppressant, thereby quelling the undercurrents of emotional eating.
For many people, chocolate's weight control benefits extend from the suppression of appetite to the enhancement of mood. According to Dr. Steve Warren, research suggests several explanations as to how chocolate might aid in weight loss
Losing weight has never been easier - and no diet is easier to stay on - than The Chocolate Weight Loss Diet. Just imagine the pounds melting away, as that healthy dark chocolate melts in your mouth.
Think back to the last time you were on a diet... Remember everyone watching what you ate? The grapefruits, pre-packaged (obviously labeled) frozen (or suspended animation) TV dinners, homemade diet soup(s), powdered drink mixes, etc… You just knew those people were pointing, talking about you behind your back, saying, "Oh, look! She's on another diet, and this time..." blah, blah, blah...
But now that you're on the Chocolate Weight Loss Diet - what will they think when they see you eating chocolate? They'd never guess you could possibly be on a diet. Nonetheless, if you follow the simple rules, your excess pounds will continue to drop.
Nobody makes fun of a weight loser eating chocolate, although they may become jealous and ask: "How did you do it?" because they, too, would like to eat chocolate, lose weight and be healthy.
There is certainly no negative diet stigma related to those who embrace the - Chocolate Weight Loss Diet - in fact, it is the-diet that an overweight America has been craving, err... waiting for.
Note: Any quotations lifted from this site must include the following credit: David M. Masters, author of The Chocolate Weight Loss Diet. No other use is permitted without direct authorization from the author.
POWERFUL ONLINE CHOCOLATE WEIGHT LOSS DIET TOOLS
We are currently making available to you the following Chocolate Weight Loss Diet Tools online, to help you achieve successful weight loss results using The Chocolate Weight Loss Diet.
|1. Optimizes Nutrition: Much of today's common diet is comprised of empty calories. If the body is not receiving the nutrients it needs, it produces the urge to eat more. Cocoa, on the other hand, provides the appropriate amount of vitamins and minerals the body needs, thus decreasing the urges for added "fuel".
|2. Balances Blood Sugar: Coca and dark chocolate help stabilize blood sugar levels, reducing hypoglycemic episodes and binge-eating behaviors. They also promote healthy insulin sensitivity and proper glucose metabolism, which minimizes the conversion of glucose into fat.
|3. Normalizes Appetite: One of cocoa's active compounds - anandamide, also called the "bliss chemical" - helps block the brain’s appetite center, Anandamide "tricks" the mind into believing something sweet has been consumed, which satisfies cravings without the added food intake.
|4. Fights Depression: Coca stimulates the dopamine and norepinephrine pathways in the brain, which lessen depression and are associated with decreased appetite and weight loss.
|5. Delivers Phenylethylamine (PEA): This chemical produces effects similar to those of amaphetamine, which makes one feel giddy, euphoric and excited. Researchers also believe that PEA stimulates the production of dopamine in the brain's pleasure center, Such emotions counter the depression typically associated with dieting and restrictive dietary intake.
|6. Increases Fiber: Surprisingly, cocoa is an excellent source of fiber, which helps block fat absorption, creates a feeling of fullness when eating, and is associated with decreased weight.
|7. Boosts Endorphins: Cocoa increases the body's endorphin levels, which naturally decreases the need to eat high-sugar, high-fat foods, The "high" one gets from the dark chocolate supersedes any enjoyment one might get from eating, so the focus shifts to eating for nutrition rather than pleasure.
|8. Increases Serotonin: This calming neurotransmitter helps promote a balanced mood. Carbohydrates like chocolate help stimulate its production, and the alkaloids found in cocoa also help raise serotonin levels.
|9. Relieves Inflammation: Cocoa's primary compounds help relieve low-grade inflammation. Chronic inflammation is associated with low leptin levels, which increases appetite.
|10. Delivers Theobromine: Similar to caffeine (though not as strong), theobromine may produce a mild, pleasant stimulatory effect.
|11. Substitutes Good for Bad: Instead of consuming high-calorie chocolates loaded with sugars, bad fats and other harmful ingredients, look for chocolate products that are high in cold-processed cocoa, provide high levels of cocoa’s flavanols and other nutrients, and are sweetened with natural sweeteners. This substitution will decrease bad fat, bad sugar, and calorie intake and increase consumption of nutrients essential to the body.
|12. Increases Energy: An added benefit of cocoa's accumulative effects seems to be added energy, which can improve one's ability to exercise and lessens the desire to seek out unhealthy food and an energy source.
We welcome your comments and suggestions. Please feel free to e-mail us and tell us what you would like to see, here on Chocolate Weight Loss Diet.
| SEARCH CHOCOLATE WEIGHT LOSS DIET
Chocolate Weight Loss Diet
Top Of Page