HOW TO HAVE A HEALTHY EASTER
Even if you celebrate it or not, Easter is always a time when treats and chocolate seem to be everywhere. Even if it’s over now, chocolate is all around, and you may be thinking that it’s something to avoid or be cautious about. Let’s explore that thought.
CHOCOLATE AND THE SKIN
There’s a myth that chocolate is bad for your skin and that it can cause breakouts, but it isn’t necessarily true.
It’s true that a chocolate bar isn’t the healthiest thing to give your body, but the chocolate per se isn’t the problem. Cocoa is actually great for the skin, it has polyphenols that increase collagen production thanks to their antioxidant properties.
When used on the skin, cocoa can be moisturizing, anti-aging, and anti-inflammatory! Cacao nibs are even a superfood that brings many benefits to your body. What you should be worrying about is the sugar and other harmful ingredients that usually come with it.
THE BEST OPTION
So if you really love chocolate and want to give in to the Easter treats, you could take the healthier options.
You can change those sugar-filled bars for dark chocolate and make it be good for you! Chocolate-covered fruits, peanut butter eggs with dark chocolate, or home-made frozen yogurt are just some alternatives. Get creative and give your family the holiday joy without it being harmful.