Coffee, tea, colas (and some other soft drinks), chocolate, and cocoa all have caffeine. Most experts agree that moderation and common sense are the keys for consuming caffeinated beverages in pregnancy. It is also important that caffeinated beverages do not replace a pregnant woman's daily intake of water.
Accordingly, is dark chocolate safe during pregnancy?
Pregnant women craving dark chocolate, take note: Eating it daily is actually good for you and your baby. A recent medical study said that by eating dark regularly during pregnancy, women are 69 percent less likely to develop preeclampsia, a major complication with cardiovascular manifestations.
Is chocolate drink good for pregnant?
My doctor said it's better to limit caffeine intake while pregnant to be on the safe side. She said it's safe to have 2-3 cups of coffee a day, and while any type of chocolate has caffeine, hot chocolate has a lower amount of caffeine. Just be sure to drink anything with caffeine in moderation.