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Chocolate For Breakfast

How Eating Chocolate For Breakfast Can Help You Lose Weight

If you love chocolate, you LOVE chocolate — there's no in between. You think about it all the time. You'd eat an entire bar if it didn't affect your waistline. But it does. So you hold back. You deny yourself the chocolaty goodness you crave until you can't handle it anymore and end up eating that entire chocolate bar you were trying so hard to ignore. There's a solution to end this crazy, unhealthy cycle. Just eat chocolate for breakfast.

Yes, you heard it right. To deal with an insatiable sweet tooth, giving into your cravings can actually curb them, preventing sweet binges later in the day. We're not suggesting you eat half a dozen chocolate-frosted doughnuts with your coffee, but go ahead and have a little taste. Add a few chocolate chips to your overnight oats, sip on a chocolate protein smoothie, or bite into a homemade chocolate almond protein bar. Getting a little taste of something sweet in a healthy way will take your mind off it, so you'll devour fewer chocolate calories later.

Related: This Overnight Oats Recipe Is Like Eating a Reese's For Breakfast

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