Healthy Chocolate Recipes

600 Chocolate Recipes

600 Chocolate Recipes

Within this in cookbook full of chocolate recipes you will find over 600 Chocolate Recipes For Chocolate Lovers.

Get My Free Ebook


Chocolate Recipes For A Happy Heart And Soul

Chocolate doesn't just taste amazing, it is great for your whole body, and this eBook shows you how eating plenty of chocolate can help you live longer. This book contains a large variety of recipes to help you get the most out of your chocolate. Chocolate reduces the risk of heart disease, promotes good blood flow, and helps with alertness. You will also learn how chocolate helps to lessen pain and anxiety, and how it has powerful antioxidant properties. You don't have to always eat foods in very small amounts that taste amazing. Chocolate is the best guilt-free indulgence food that is possibly. This book was penned in 1896 by Fannie Farmer, and contains time-tested and proven recipes that are great for your health and even better: they taste amazing. This book has recipes for everything from cakes to bonbons to truffles, and all of them work together to improve your health and well-being.

Chocolate Recipes For A Happy Heart And Soul Summary

Rating:

4.6 stars out of 11 votes

Contents: Ebook
Author: Heidi Walter
Price: $5.97

My Chocolate Recipes For A Happy Heart And Soul Review

Highly Recommended

This ebook comes with the great features it has and offers you a totally simple steps explaining everything in detail with a very understandable language for all those who are interested.

This ebook served its purpose to the maximum level. I am glad that I purchased it. If you are interested in this field, this is a must have.

Download Now

Social beings survive better

Sharon was bullied for years ather old school. Eventually she moved on to a nice, new school. Everyone was friendly. One little girl wanted Sharon to be her best friend. 'What should I do ' Sharon asked me. I replied, 'No-one lives on rice alone. You also eat potato, pasta, chocolate, chips and ice cream. You need a bunch of goodfriends rather than being handcuffed to onefriend. Then you can improve your social skills, widenyour network and block bullies. If you lost one friend for any reason, e.g. they moved far away, you still have others. You won't be scared about being assertive because if friends don't like you being yourself, then you can make some more because you have the skills.'

Release How to release these feelings

Direct Bach Rescue Remedy, St John's Wort (check with your doctor) Indirect Comfort food, dark chocolate (70+ percent), aromatherapy, chamomile tea. Check your comfort score. Everyone knows what it's like to feel hungry, thirsty or needing the toilet. If you're feeling peckish, you might snack, but if you're very hungry you need a real meal. If you're in the mood for something sweet, one chocolate might do, but if you're feeling blue, you might binge on a whole packet of biscuits. Some people snack every few hours while others only eat at meal times. Thus, if you are a little sad or annoyed, e.g. 3 10, it won't affect your behaviour very much. But if you are feeling a 4 10 or more, it affects your behaviour and makes a bully happy. You need to release these painful feelings as soon as possible to feel comfortable inside. Then you can take action to block a bully and enjoy life. Throw chunks of ice or corks throw a wrapped bar of chocolate and then eat the pieces. Enjoy comfort food or...

Passive or passiveaggressive

Despite what you say, your actions show your pain and discomfort, so you might clench your hand and look as though you are about to cry. You look miserable and depressed, stuff yourself with chocolate or hide in a book or a computer. You become more isolated, misunderstood and unsupported.

Happy feelings

A boy was walking home from school when he saw the branches of an apple tree hanging out over a tall fence. From one of the branches dangled a large, tempting apple. The boy wasn't much of a fruit-eater, preferring a bar of chocolate if given the choice, but, as they say, the forbidden fruit can be tempting. Seeing the apple, the boy wanted it. The more he looked at it, the hungrier he felt and the more he wanted that apple.

Building traditions

Traditions and family rituals give children a sense of belonging and predictability. They're important because they strengthen family connections, provide a sense of security that comes from knowing what to expect, and reinforce family values. Traditions and rituals also help us through challenging times. They can be special, such as celebrating a birthday each year with a chocolate-frosted layer cake, or more routine, such as sharing an evening meal together, taking walks, or reading the paper on Sunday morning. Opportunities like these also provide a good time to talk.

The Role Of Dads

Later, my daughter Lily was recalling these events with her aunt. Lily told her this was a man who taught the world that you should love people no matter what color their skin was. She went on to say that her next-door neighbor, Chelsea, has skin that looks like chocolate and our friend Miss Nicole's skin is tan like peanut butter (naturally, all of my children's analogies have to do with food). She then remarked that her own skin was white like cotton. Her aunt replied, Lily, I love how much you understand about that. What was the man's name again who taught us that message Lily remarked with confidence, John the Baptist.

Count your blessings

When they make progress at school or manage their behaviour well for even a short time. However small the accomplishment may seem to others, I can honestly say that the feeling of pride and wonder when one of the boys does something so seemingly simple and probably imperceptible to the untrained eye remains unrivalled (even chocolate doesn't come close ). One thing I have learned is that as parents of children with such differences, our ability to appreciate the little things that others take for granted is one of the greatest gifts they bestow on us and one that I wouldn't swap for the world.

Treasured memories

If you ask my children to recall Easter, I know full well the one that will spring to their minds. It's not something I will forget easily either They often collapse into fits of giggles as they tell the tale, and relish the opportunity to recount it at the most inopportune moments. Easter is difficult in our house because the boys are on a gluten- and casein-free diet. There is always a great deal of tension as Joe gets angry and tries to steal the older children's Easter eggs. To compensate for their restrictions, I tend to go rather overboard by making treasure hunts and little games to play with their own special chocolate. One year we were all throwing sweets up in the air and seeing if any of us could catch them in our mouth. Whilst I played in one room with the boys, the girls did the same with chocolates and ofcourse I got the job ofmaking sure there was none on the floor that the boys could pick up later. As I scanned the floor for chocolate, I suddenly spied a stray...