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The Doctors Chocolate - Sweetened With Xylitol - 35 Pieces

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Part Number: 181428000671
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PRODUCT DETAILS: 1 small bag - 35 Pieces Net Weight: 7.41 oz (210g)

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Shipping Info - Chocolate always will ship Priority Mail please allow 2-4 business days for delivery, if purchased in warmer months chocolate will ship on Monday through Wednesday to avoid melting and damage of the product - via USPS, UPS or FedEx - NOTE - It is always best to make chocolate orders - Monday or Tuesday, Or on Saturday Sunday as the Order will ship Monday from weekend orders.


(Suggested schedule) Take one in early morning before breakfast and one before lunch. Chew slowly to enjoy and dissolve completely. If needed, to assist in greater relaxation, take one an hour before bedtime. Do not worry as you may enjoy more than two or three each day.

Chocolate is now GOOD for you

    • Lowers daily stress and tension
    • Increases mental alertness and focus
    • Lowers PMS irritability
    • Promotes improved personal relationships
    • Reduces Sugar Cravings
    • Only 20 calories per serving
    • Only 3 carbohydrates per serving
    • Tastes like the finest, luxury chocolate
    • Diabetic Safe

Our dark chocolate raspberry truffles do things no candy can do: Weight loss, suppresses appetite, relaxation, loss of PMS, increased focus, better sleep rhythms and a more cheerful mood are just some of the many effects we have been noticing consistently with our Dark Healthy Chocolates. The Doctor's Chocolate offers a luscious chocolate alternative for a far more healthy, happy life.

Discover A Chocolate That Is Good For You! Play The Video Below...

About the Doctor of The Doctor's Chocolate

Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby received his formal medical training in the UK. He went on to take a special interest in food allergies and nutrition and has written several popular books on these subjects. By the early nineteen nineties the media had dubbed him the "Number One Food Allergy Detective". Since then he has expanded his areas of interest and specialization to include energy medicine, stress reduction and anti-aging medicine.

In 1987, Dr. Keith made medical / legal history, when a UK Crown Court accepted his testimony that food allergies could promote violent, anti-social behavior and that these allergies were responsible for a young defendant's criminal actions. The youth was released by the court conditionally, the condition being that he follow the Scott-Mumby low allergy diet. The youth's symptoms disappeared. Ironically he was an Irish lad, allergic to potatoes!

Today, Dr Keith's emphasis is on integrated medicine, treating root causes and the whole person...not just symptoms. Dr. Keith travels widely lecturing, internationally, on nutrition, food allergies, the role that stress plays in human suffering, and alternative medicine issues.

Dr. Keith is a member of the Royal Society of Medicine (UK), a founder / member of the British Society for Nutrition, Allergy and Environmental Medicine, and a member of the faculty and board of advisors of American College for the Advancement of Medicine (ACAM) among many other honours. His lectures have been warmly received all over the world from London, to St. Petersburg, to Washington DC and campuses all over North America.

Dr. Keith considers stress and tension to be one of the most urgent health concerns of the 21st century. He also considers the development of healthy chocolates, clinically proven to lower stress and tension, to be a highlight of his professional career.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.

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