Too much of a good thing:
Chocolate Addiction
Generally, raw cacao has less additives and 
thus more likely to have positive effects.  
Typical processed chocolate bars and cocoa mixtures contain phenylthalamine, (PEA), magnesium, methylxanthines (theobromine and caffeine) fat and sugar.
Cravings may be due to any of these.
The following may help reduce cravings:
8 – 12 oz of green vegetable juice (celery, cucumber, parsley, lemon with apple to sweeten)

600mg Magnesium supplements
Yerba mate tea – lots of theobromine and metteine
Two tablespoons flaxseed or hempseed oil to meals each day
“super foods” for amino acids, B3 and B6:
e.g. three handfuls of golgi berries, two tablespoons of spirulina, blue-green algae, bee pollen

1000 -2000mg of DL or L phenylalanine supplements +
5000 – 1500mg of tyrosine twice a day.  
On an empty stomach, an hour before a meal.
Start at low quantities and increase slowly.  

To curb sugar cravings add moderate sugar fruits:  
e.g    tart green apples, bell peppers, cucumbers, tomatoes

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