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    Given the other replies to the thread I won't actually admit how much chocolate I eat . While I don't eat chocolate everyday (there is at least one chocolate free day a week), when I do 150g would be an average amount.

    In my defence I don't eat any other lollies, chips etc or drink alcohol, so it is my only weakness really.

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    Seems a lot to be eating daily.

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    I eat chocolate infrequently. I enjoy it but I feel like it's fairly indulgent so I don't eat it daily.

    OP, 150g a day seems like a lot.

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    I would probably eat a small amount once a week, if that. I love chocolate but I can binge so I don't often buy it and if I do it's normally something small so I don't go crazy . it's amazing though the less you have it, the less you want it.

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    I don't really like it (although I feel like some fruit and nut now haha) but hubby will polish off ALL the choc if I don't hide it.

    We just don't buy it.

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    I don't buy chocolate too often (maybe once a month) because I can't stop once I start.

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    I've eaten chocolate probably 3/4 times this year. I just don't buy it that often so go through phases of not liking it and loving it. When I do have it I'll probably eat between 4 pieces to two rows throughout the day.

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    I have no idea how much i actually eat but i know its a lot i love chocolate!!!

    Its my weakness i dont smoke, drink coffee & only have the occasional glass of wine but chocolate is my crutch

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    I love dark chocolate. It's the only kind I eat. I don't eat it everyday but probably 3 or 4 times a week. I eat 2 squares, which is 30g.

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    I don't eat chocolate daily but every 3-4 weeks I will treat myself to a box of scorched almonds.


 

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