As a nutrition psychiatrist and self-proclaimed chocoholic, I’m a big fan of dark chocolate for both myself and my patients. But two recent studies found that eating just one ounce of 23 out of the 28 most popular dark chocolate bars could expose one to harmful levels of cadmium and/or lead. Should we be concerned?
Instead of making New Year’s resolutions that will be discarded three weeks into the year, I encourage my clients to set a theme-based intention that corresponds with their deepest values and desires.
Even though I’m a physician and nutrition expert, there’s a tug of war that takes place in my heart between wanting everything to taste delicious and be good for everyone’s brains and bodies.
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