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Maramor Dark Chocolate With Omega-3s: Try It or Pass It By?

Multifunctional foods are all the rage, like cholesterol-reducing milk, which is good for your heart and your bones. I just read about a new chocolate fortified with omega-3 fatty acids, the fat that is beneficial to your health but lacking in most American's daily diet. Maramor Dark Chocolate is high in antioxidants, but one square also supplies 105 milligrams blend of omega-3 fats with only 50 calories. Sold!

Then I read in Self that you should freeze the chocolate to diminish the fish taste. Mentally, I put this chocolate back on the shelf. I think I will stick with my fish-oil supplement and let my chocolate be just chocolate.

If you want to Maramor-fortified chocolate, you can find this multitasking food at GNC. A box of 30 squares will cost you about $15.

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chacha73 chacha73 8 years
I don't care for dark chocolate or just plain chocolate. I usually have to have nuts or carmel in my chocolate. I am a diabetic and sweets and candy I just crave at 3pm. I was at a vitamin shop last night and saw the candy. I asked the clerk about it and he gave me a couple of samples. I tell you what................I really liked it. It taste just like dark chocolate. 50 calories a piece I am buying a box to keep handy for those 3:00 sweet attack. You should try this there is nothing fishy about it.
Glittersniffer Glittersniffer 8 years
As soon as you said 'fishy', it was OUT. Blech. That is NOT a combination I want to touch.
greatscott200 greatscott200 8 years
dark isn't my bag.
fuzzles fuzzles 8 years
I'm more concerned about the overlapping of supplements and these "new foods." I think there comes a point that we should go back to "purer foods." Regular old yogurt helps the digestive process, plain and simple. When companies start adding things (or not, and charging more) it's time to really think about what we are putting in our bodies and taking out of our wallets in the name of health.
jessie jessie 8 years
uhh..considering that i just don't like chocolate in the first place...and fish now that i think about it....but to those who really love chocolate....ewwwwwww!!! why ruin perfectly good chocolate with fishy flavor? if you're gonna enjoy chocolate....enjoy for what it is...
g1amourpuss g1amourpuss 8 years
I would try a bite.. I haven't had chocolate in forever and I forgot to eat some during 'that time' last week... I saw the banana chocolate post on YUM and wanted to try chocolate stuffed strawberries...but if I'm just not craving chocolate I won't eat it. If I saw that in the store I wouldn't go out of my way to buy it though...the idea of it tasting fishy turns me off.
Spectra Spectra 8 years
Fish and chocolate together? Sorry, no way. I'll just eat my regular dark chocolate and take fish oil pills seperately. Some things just shouldn't be combined.
chippyshero2066 chippyshero2066 8 years
Since it is dark chocolate I will try it. Fish oil or no. Btw, taking out the fish oil would make it less healthy.
graldi19 graldi19 8 years
pass, but only because i hate dark chocolate
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