The current hot news in the healthcare industry appears to be related to the consumption of chocolates for the prevention of type-2 diabetes.
Several researchers have highlighted the positive benefits DARK chocolates (and probably some others as well) offer.
Let me explain the science of the matter here:
This proves the point that the sugarcanes do NOT derive their sugar content from the SUGAR FERTILIZER – the farmer does NOT add sugar as fertilizer*.
Once the beta cells in the pancreas REDUCE insulin production, ONLY THEN, the sugar that is ORALLY CONSUMED remains in the blood serum in an UNDIGESTED and/ or UNUTILISED form, thus giving rise to HIGHER SUGAR LEVELS when the serum is tested.
Read more at http://www.healthaliciousness.com/articles/foods-high-in-dietary-fiber.php#b6m5q7ebJGCPEvR4.99.
Whatever, when you eat some chocolates the next time, just check to see if you are defecating SLIMY faeces the next morning. If yes, you may want to evaluate the suitability that chocolate for you.)