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Dark Chocolate Quinoa Bark

The quinoa chocolate bark is trending on social media.

I had to recreate it, in my own nutritious way. My quinoa dark bark is fortified with fiber, healthy fats, and protein. It lasts for a very long time in the fridge and serves as a snack, a pre-workout boost and a dessert as well.

Comment “quinoa dark bark” on this blog post and I’ll send you the recipe!


Quinoa is high in fiber, plus several vitamins and minerals that are low in many people’s diets. Regularly eating quinoa can help you meet your needs for magnesium, potassium, iron, fiber, and folate, a vitamin that’s especially important during pregnancy due to its role in fetal growth and development

Dark chocolate

Dark chocolate is rich in minerals, such as iron, magnesium, and zinc. it can have various health benefits, including reducing inflammation and decreasing the risk of heart disease.
Regularly eating dark chocolate may help reduce a person’s likelihood of developing heart disease. Some of the compounds in dark chocolate, specifically flavanols, affect two major risk factors for heart disease: high blood pressure and high cholesterol. The flavanols in dark chocolate stimulate nitric oxide production in the body. Nitric oxide causes blood vessels to dilate, or widen, which improves blood flow and lowers blood pressure.


Almonds have both calcium and phosphorus, which are good for bone health. Almonds seem to help curb blood sugar spikes after meals, which is key for people with diabetes. Recent research appears to suggest that almonds may help protect the health and immunity of your gastrointestinal (GI) tract.

Sprouted Pumpkin seeds

Pumpkin seeds are a rich source of protein, unsaturated fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals that may reduce your risk of getting chronic diseases, such as cancer.  Pumpkin seeds are rich in many antioxidants, which protect your cells from disease-causing damage and reduce inflammation in your body. When they have their hulls, they’re also a great source of dietary fiber, which can boost this effect. Studies show that anti-inflammatory foods can help you prevent chronic diseases, such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease.

Written by: Nishi Bhonsle

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