Dark chocolate has about 90mg, or 1/5th of your RDA recommended dose of magnesium
You should be careful with oral magnesium, as it’s a natural laxative (milk of magnesia). Magnesium chelated to malic acid or glycinate tends to have less of a laxative effect than magnesium citrate or carbonate. Again I prefer you get it from your diet. Therefore, foods that are rich in Magnesium include:
1. Nuts, including cashews, almonds, Brazil nuts, peanuts, pecans, Hazel nuts, walnuts, fresh/dried coconut
2. Seafood, especially winkles, conch, shrimp, whelks, clams, cockles, crab
3. Vegetables, such as soybeans, beans/peas, beet greens, chard, spinach, collards, seaweed (Genesis Gold has lots of seaweed)
4. Grains, including all bran, raw oats, whole barley, whole wheat bread, brown rice, corn meal, rye flour
5. Fruits, especially dried figs, dried apricots, dates
Chocolate cravings usually indicate low serotonin. Hence the cocoa energy balls to raise serotonin and stave off further cravings. If you want to try magnesium, I would suggest topical magnesium oil. Your skin seems to absorb just what you need and no more.