For most of us, Easter has essentially become a chocolate-filled, very long weekend. I for one am not complaining! The good news is, good quality chocolate with a high cocoa content has a number of proven health benefits.
Given all of the negative press it's received you can't have failed to realise that sugar isn't good for you. But if sugar is bad, what about fruit? Fruit contains a fair amount of sugar, does that mean you should cut it out of your diet completely?
If there is one area of nutrition that causes a lot of confusion, it's fats. Fat is essential for health but some types of fat are significantly healthier than others. So which should you be embracing and which should you be avoiding at all costs?