In just three months, Hope achieved what many, including her far-more-experienced competitors, most likely assumed was never possible: she gained initial place at the competition. This was no easy feat, of course, but she succeeded at what she attempt to do ultimately, which is what really matters. So how did it be done by her? 1) Enlisting the help of experts. In no way was Hope prepared to undertake the scheduled program on her own, as she knew little or nothing at all about fitness and nutrition. Therefore she enlisted the help of professionals who knew what they were doing, and followed their lead all through the entire process humbly, something many ambitious people fail to do.However, several compounds exist in higher concentrations in other foods with less appeal than chocolate. Our unfulfilled desire to consume chocolate, caused by restraint, is hence experienced as craving, which in turn is attributed to ‘addiction’. A further observation is certainly that the most broadly preferred chocolate can be milk chocolate and chocolate-covered confectionery. These include a lower amount of cocoa solids, and a lower concentration of potentially psychoactive compounds therefore, than ‘dark’ chocolate which is not so widely craved. It really is far more plausible to claim that a liking for chocolate consequently, and its effects on mood, are due primarily to its principal constituents, sugar and fat, and their related orosensory and nutritional effects. The evidence as to whether chocolate can really become addictive is usually examined by Professor Peter Rogers from the Section of Experimental Psychology, University of Bristol.