Valentine’s Day Diet: Eat Chocolate, Drink Wine

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NORTH TEXAS -- Let's face it, we're a month into the New Year and that resolution to skip the sweets isn't working out. With Valentine ’s Day upon us, that love affair with chocolate isn't going anywhere.

Besides, giving it up would be the real heartbreaker.

The good news is... you don't have to give it up altogether. Introducing, the Valentine's diet!

Turns out, dark chocolate is really good for you. The recommended amount is  about 3 ounces per day! The darker the better, this decadent dessert is also good for that heart!

Just stay away from the milk chocolate.

Know what else you don't have to go without this V-day? Vino. Yeah, we're talking the red stuff. The Polyphenols found in wine will help protect you from blood clots. Women can drink one glass a day and men can guzzle down two per day.

So, if you're not sure what to get your significant other get her something near and dear to her heart and her waistline.

Heck, even if you don't have a bae this Valentine’s Day, wine and chocolate are also great comfort foods.

Just remember to enjoy everything in moderation. So this Valentine's Day make sure you spread the love with a heart-shaped box of chocolates.