Dark chocolate is almost all saturated fat with hardly any polyunsaturated fat to speak of. There is actually some protein in it - 13g in a 100g serving, which is significant. It is also extremely high in minerals. It is shockingly high in copper, magnesium, iron, zinc and manganese. 100g of dark chocolate is only 500 calories, which is a pretty typical breakfast/lunch for a female, so it's in line with where your kcals should be if you eat around a ~1,000-1,200 kcal dinner.
Sure, you'd probably see better muscle gain or something swapping those calories for eggs or steak or something, but I don't see anything wrong with it. You may want to monitor your skin and sleep due to the theobrime content, but I don't know how overblown people's sensitivities are. Chocolate has never made me feel anything but awesome. I just made a huge pile of chocolate-covered pecan cheesecake bikes. I'm stoked for tonight. Wine, chocolate and seafood!
Last edited by ChocoTaco369; 10-13-2013 at 12:05 PM.
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