Many people are not indifferent to chocolate. Some scholars have even advanced theories about chocolate addiction and how to combat it. It is quite possible to stop eating chocolate - you just need to try.
Chocolate is a delicacy, the controversy around which does not subside in any way. Scientists managed to identify both useful and harmful properties of this product, but so far they have not come to a consensus on whether or not it is worth eating it. Therefore, the majority in this matter continues to be guided by their own predilections, which sometimes need to be limited. If you decide that for some reason you need to reduce your chocolate consumption, try to do it gradually, so that the body has time to rebuild and get used to the lack of certain enzymes.
To stop eating chocolate, try to soberly acknowledge all the negative consequences of consuming it. From excessive consumption of this product, the skin on the face deteriorates, excess weight is gained (with the exception of only bitter chocolate), problems with the condition of the teeth or the digestive tract may occur. Reflect soberly whether the gastronomic pleasure is worth such problems. Look at this situation from a practical point of view: calculate how much money you will have to spend on fixing problems from excessive consumption of chocolate. Think about how these problems can develop over time. The prospect of obesity and diabetes will help cool off to the insidious treat.
If it's too difficult for you to ditch chocolate altogether, try to cut back as much as possible. Stretch the tiles that used to take a day for a week, then for two, etc. Replace milk chocolate with bitter - it is healthier, and the specific taste simply will not allow you to consume it in large quantities. Soy chocolate is also a good alternative, especially for those who are vegan, so be sure to praise yourself for your success in tackling the chocolate temptation. Celebrate any positive changes in appearance and well-being - this will be a powerful incentive to further abstain from eating chocolate.