Choosing Healthier Chocolate

This Valentine’s Day, if you’re looking to treat your loved ones (or indulge yourself) in some good quality chocolate, here are some wonderful, healthier options to enjoy for dessert.

Lily’s Chocolate

I’m a big fan of Lily’s dark chocolate chips for baking. They are fair trade, non-GMO and sweetened with stevia. Lily’s also make make delicious chocolate bars in an assortment of flavors.

Eating Evolved

Another wonderful healthy chocolate company is Eating Evolved. They have a assortment of amazing products I love, that are made with organic fair-trade certified cacao and sweetened with maple sugar. My most favorite product is their mint coconut butter cups. Try them all!

Wei of Chocolate

Organic, fair trade, vegan, gmo-free, dairy-free, gluten-free, soy-free and delicious! These chocolates are infused with spices and flower remedies for a truly healing chocolate experience.

Don’t forget to check out our healthy Valentine’s Day recipes from some more deliciousness from years’ past as well!

Heart Healthy Recipes for Valentine’s Day

Chocolate Mousse with a Chili Pepper Kick


Keren, born and raised in Great Neck, New York is a graduate of Hofstra University and New York Chiropractic College, Seneca Falls, New York. After graduating with honors, Keren completed her internship in acute care and musculoskeletal rehabilitation at the Levittown Chiropractic Health Center where she deepened her skills in the treatment of acute spinal disorders. While in Chiropractic school Keren became a Certified Active Release Technique (A.R.T.) specialist which has greatly enhanced her diagnostic skills and the range of conditions she is able to treat effectively. ART, developed specifically to deal with soft tissue injuries, is the most advanced, non-invasive treatment currently available for muscle, tendon, ligament, and fascia injuries. In addition to manual manipulation Dr Day has vast nutritional knowledge and specializes in custom orthodics. Keren became a Black Belt in Mixed Martial Arts in 1999, giving her an additional hands-on skill in understanding muscle and joint injury. She continues to study, her interests focusing on nutrition, biomechanics, ergonomics, and diagnostics to assure that she is up to date with the constantly evolving field of muscle injury. On her free time Keren volunteers treating competitors in triathalons and marathons in the tristate area.