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Healthy Chocolate - Is There Such A Thing?

Updated on August 24, 2015

How often have you wished that you could eat healthy chocolate - to eat chocolate and feel like you were doing yourself some good?

Well that day could just have arrived in the UK and Europe, thanks to a product called Xocai Healthy Chocolate. I should say here that I am not involved with this scheme at all; I’m not an affiliate and so the review you are about to read is completely unbiased. In short, I was as curious as you probably are now, so I decided to do some digging. What I found was quite amazing.

So what makes Xocai chocolate so good?

Let’s take a look at it in closer detail. Unlike the conventional chocolate bars we’ve all been used to, Xocai chocolate is made from a unique blend of cacao plants and Acai berries. As such it is not only suitable for those who are vegetarian it is also safe in pregnancy. Oh, and if you are diabetic and missing the chocolate you used to love, a delicious bar of Xocai can take its place without any problems at all.

Clearly this chocolate has many health benefits for anyone who tries it. And it tastes delicious, which makes this unique patented chocolate a rival for anything else you may have tasted already – even your favourite bar.

The key to the health benefits seen in this range of products lies with the two ingredients – the cacao and the Acai berries. These both have a significant amount of antioxidants in them, which are very good for you. And thanks to the way that the Xocai products are made, all of the good stuff is left in – and you get none of the nasties that end up in normal chocolate that we eat now.

I haven’t tasted this myself yet but I’d certainly like to (and I have some on order)! There is more information on if you’d like to know more.

What about the business opportunity?

The Xocai business opportunity is an MLM plan that is fairly simple to understand. The range of products is only available to distributors, which means that if you want to buy some you need to get it from a distributor. It doesn’t take much to realise that if you become a distributor yourself, you can make some serious money at this.

One of the most impressive things is that you aren’t made to think this is an easy way to earn money. They seem honest - BUT the product is new to the UK and Europe at present, and as such it offers an untapped market for you to focus on if you want to sell it yourself.

And there are plenty of selling points too. The chocolate has a high ORAC value, and while this might not mean much to you, what I’m about to say will. If I tell you that eating one chocolate is the equivalent of eating ONE POUND of raw broccoli, I’m sure you’d rather reach for the chocolate than the broccoli!

The plan is well thought out and looks to be a clear winner. No doubt a lot of people are going to do well out of the Xocai range of chocolate. You can find out more and watch a video which delves into the subject in more depth by visiting

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    • Julie-Ann Amos profile imageAUTHOR

      Julie-Ann Amos 

      9 years ago from Gloucestershire, UK

      Thanks for the first-hand knowledge Scott!

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      Scott Bernier 

      9 years ago

      I think people with a problem with sweets and weight should look at the product as it has some wonderful health benefits. People (myself included) have lost weight, lowered their blood pressure and have improved their overall wellness. The products are now being registered with health canada. I've got some great links that speak more about the health benefits etc. and it is a great business opportunity to anyone looking at it.

    • LondonGirl profile image


      9 years ago from London

      I don't like chocolate much - too sweet and icky

    • Julie-Ann Amos profile imageAUTHOR

      Julie-Ann Amos 

      9 years ago from Gloucestershire, UK

      Hi Einron Actually, I could never believe giving up regular chocolate but 4 weeks ago gave it up completely and now I only eat over 72% cocoa dark chocolate. I was bought a milk chocolate easter egg for my birthday last weekend (strange huh?) and just cou;dn't eat it - it was sweet, sickly, and just "too much". I'm not sure how long you have to go with no sweets and sugar and dark chocolate to get "regular" chocolate out of your system but I've tried before without success until now, so I guess it must be priod of at least 2-3 weeks!

    • einron profile image


      9 years ago from Toronto, Ontario, CANADA

      I am addicted to chocolate and love them. Dark chocolate is supposed to be good for your heart, and I do often eat them. Once you have acquired eating dark chocolate, you will probably not go back to eating the other kinds of chocolate.

    • stephhicks68 profile image

      Stephanie Hicks 

      9 years ago from Bend, Oregon

      LOVE chocolate. If its healthy, even better. :)

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      9 years ago

      hey Julie, this is an interesting product - will you be reviewing it when you receive your order ? You do realise that you will have to eat it on different days, at different times of the day, in each room of your house, when you are in different moods and also when you are driving in order to produce a comprehensive review ? So - I hope that you've ordered LOTS !

    • Julie-Ann Amos profile imageAUTHOR

      Julie-Ann Amos 

      9 years ago from Gloucestershire, UK

      I believe so...

    • Aya Katz profile image

      Aya Katz 

      9 years ago from The Ozarks

      Julie-Ann, so this product is sweetened by fructose found in the acai berries?

    • Misha profile image


      9 years ago from DC Area

      LOL why did I came here with the word "moderation" after reading the title? :D

    • kashifmahmood profile image


      9 years ago from Web

      Some interesting points stated in this article but I simply love it and never think what it is going to do to my health !

    • Julie-Ann Amos profile imageAUTHOR

      Julie-Ann Amos 

      9 years ago from Gloucestershire, UK

      Exactly. Moderation. Daily is a very good regime I find.

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      Susan Keeping 

      9 years ago from Kitchener, Ontario

      I am a chocolate addict. I don't care if it's good for me or not ;) I think the whole key is moderation...


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