How many times have you heard that dark chocolate is good for you? I'm not going to dispute that compared to milk chocolate that dark chocolate has a slight nutritional advantage. It usually has more fiber, less sugar, more iron, and some antioxidants. The thing is, I'm actually pro oxidant. (That was a joke even though it wasn't funny 😁). Seriously though, as you see in this picture by @thefashionfitnessfoodie, dark chocolate also has more calories. Although calories aren't the only measurement of health, the fact is that you shouldn't be relying on any kind of chocolate to get in your nutrients. So, although dark chocolate may be slightly nutritionally superior, I would still choose the one you like more because like I said, you should be getting enough nutrients already without relying on chocolate. Plus, to actually get a decent amount of nutrients from dark chocolate, it's so calorie dense that you would need to eat so much of it that you'd put on a substantial amount of weight. So, to sum up, yes dark chocolate is nutritionally superior. But, you shouldn't be relying on chocolate to get your nutrients anyway so you should eat the one you prefer if you're going to eat chocolate at all. For me, that is milk chocolate. What about you?