It’s time to stop fighting and admit the truth: we simply can’t live without chocolate. When that early morning/mid-day/late night craving comes around, nothing else will do. But that doesn’t mean you should let a little chocolate craving ruin an otherwise healthy day.
In fact, plenty of research shows that there are numerous benefits to eating chocolate. Cleveland Clinic explains how certain types of chocolate are great for your heart, and doctors at the University of Texas tout the health benefits of drinking chocolate milk after a long work out.
Of course not all chocolate is good for you. But if you do it right, you can have your chocolate and eat it too! Here are five guilt-free ways to get your chocolate fix.