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If you love coconut and texture then this one's for you!  Creamy dairy free chocolate filled with roasted coconut that gives old school Coconut Rough vibes, but with no sugar and a host of benefits for you and your gut!

Flavour Profile - Creamy chocolate with coconut that delivers extra sweetness and texture.  Old school Coconut Rough vibes all the way.


Chocolate orders during Summer
As we use wholefood ingredients in our chocolate, without adding preservatives and stabilisers, our chocolate is particularly heat-sensitive. While our warehouse is temperature controlled, once the products leave the warehouse, we can no longer control the temperature and handling in transit. We want you to have the best experience with our chocolate, therefore we would advise not to purchase from our website in warm and hot weather.

We urge you to consider this, as we cannot take responsibility for spoiled items if you purchase in warm weather.

Through the warmer months, we encourage you to purchase your Sweet Guts from your local stockist.

Cacao (Min. 65%; Cacao Butter, Cacao Mass, Cacao Powder), Coconut Milk Powder, Chicory Root (Prebiotic Fibre), Inulin (Plant Based Prebiotic Fibre), Cassava Flour (Fibre), Shredded Coconut, Sea Salt, Natural Vanilla, Sunflower Lecithin, Monk Fruit.

Servings per pack: 2.5 / Avg serving size: 36g (2 rows / 8 squares)

NUTRIENT Avg Qty Per Serve Avg Qty Per 100g
Energy 647kJ (154 cal) 1797kJ (429 cal)
Protein 2.2g 6.2g
Fat - Total 15g 41.8g
- Saturated 10.8g 30g
Carbohydrate 5.8g 16.2g
- Sugars* 1.8g 4.9g
- Dietary Fibre 14g 38.9g
Sodium 2.6mg 7.3mg

* Sugar from real coconut

How much CAN I consume?
With no sugar and more fibre than the average serve of broccoli you don’t need anyone bringing you down with serving sizes..  Eat a row, eat a block if you feel the urge but you probably won't do that more than once. Why?  Because it’s the sugar in regular chocolate that keeps you binging and addicted and Sweet Guts™  doesn’t have any of that!  Sweet Guts™ will curb your sweet craving stat and you will find you won’t want to eat as much Sweet Guts™  as you do other chocolate.  A win on so many levels.

How much SHOULD I consume?
This is chocolate you actually SHOULD consume daily - no sugar, no bad stuff and packed full of prebiotic fibre that you need for your gut bugs (and you) to thrive!  A couple of squares, a row or three - listen to your body and go with what is right for you.. guilt free!

My kids are addicted to sugar - could I replace their regular chocolate with Sweet Guts?
YES absolutely!  Sweet Guts™ contains no sugar, no nasty sugar alcohols (which can wreck little - and big - people's gut), no dairy or any other nasties.  Sweet Guts™  is a delicious and healthy treat you can give to your kids and feel good about it.  Not only will you be actually improving  their gut and avoiding insulin spikes and sugar crashes, but you will be helping them kick their sugar addiction. Over a short time, they will crave sugar and sweets less.

Will Sweet Guts give me diarrhoea? 
Nope - no disaster pants we promise! If you have experienced diarrhoea or stomach distress after eating other chocolate brands it would likely have been due to sugar alcohols like xylitol, maltitol etc.  These are commonly used as sugar alternatives, especially in low carb or keto treats, to keep sugar content low.  While the sugar content might be lower, the impact on your gut can be high so if gut health is a priority for you ( and it should be ) these are a no-no.  Another common culprit is dairy (milk powders, skim milk powders, milk solids, cream etc) - which you also won't find in Sweet Guts™.  


Finally a chocolate that is SERIOUSLY good for you and your gut! There are plenty of brands promoting “healthy” versions of chocolate out there. But, are they really? The biggest players in this space might use organic sugars, sugar alternatives or sugar alcohols (sometimes all 3 in one block) and promote this aspect to make it look like they are healthier than Cadbury but honestly … there isn’t much difference.