Keto-approved chocolate bars for chocolate lovers — DD Explores

People often fall into two categories: those who love chocolate … and those who are wrong.

But, as we say in my household: “Don’t hate those who are wrong! It leaves more chocolate for the rest of us.”

All jokes aside, if you are following a low-carb or keto diet — but still want to enjoy chocolate every now and then — we’re here to tell you that you CAN do both. It’s just about choosing the right chocolate options!

If you’ve ever attempted to shop for low-carb or keto chocolate at the grocery store, you may have been confused about how to select the healthiest kind.

There are bars with 84% or 92% cocoa … and then, there are numerous options labeled “sugar-free,” “low carb,” or “keto.” Figuring out which to buy can be terribly confusing.

That’s why, in this week’s episode of Diet Doctor Explores, I decided to walk you through which chocolate options should make it into your cart — and which should remain on the grocery shelf.

Tune in now to this week’s episode! It’s sure to hit the sweet spot.

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