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New Year’s Resolutions and Chocolate Candy — Yes, You Can Have Both!

New Year's Resolutions and Chocolate Candy — Yes, You Can Have Both!

If you’re considering cracking down on your chocolate candy consumption as part of your New Year’s resolution, think again — setting unrealistic goals and imposing harsh limits on yourself may not be the best way to get fit in the long term.

As 2020 draws to a close, many Americans are looking for ways to improve themselves in the new year. While some folks avoid making New Year’s resolutions for fear of failure, others are incredibly passionate about the opportunity to begin sticking to new, healthy habits. Many people who set New Year’s resolutions do so with their weight or health in mind, but some of these diet-focused resolutions are destined to result in yo-yo dieting and short-lived commitments to fitness fads. If you’re considering cracking down on your chocolate candy consumption as part of your New Year’s resolution, think again — setting unrealistic goals and imposing harsh limits on yourself may not be the best way to get fit in the long term.

What’s Your New Year’s Resolution?

While many of us associate New Year’s resolutions with diet and exercise, there are plenty of other ways to prioritize self-improvement in 2021, too. Consider reading more books, creating more art, or learning a new craft. Some people even plan to cook more and enjoy more good food — including chocolate! No matter what your New Year’s resolution is all about, be sure to start with realistic objectives. Setting smaller, more achievable goals allows you to build up steam and enjoy a sense of accomplishment at each step of the way instead of always fighting to meet unrealistic standards.

Chocolate Candy Can Still be Part of Your Healthier Eating Habits

If you’re gearing up for a fitness-oriented New Year’s resolution, you may be looking forward to January first with great enthusiasm. Even harsh diets and strict exercise regimens can seem exciting before the new year begins. However, many people who aim to improve their health through extreme dieting, excluding certain foods, and exercising heavily often run out of steam within a few days or weeks. This can lead to a vicious cycle of disappointment, self-loathing, and slipping back into old habits. Starting with achievable, realistic goals is essential. Instead of cutting out all carbs in one fell swoop, consider making small swaps to your home-cooked meals. Rather than instituting a rigorous daily workout plan, start with a reasonable amount of physical activity that you’ll enjoy. Cutting out all candy may not be the right move for you; consider enjoying your favorite treats in moderation.

Chocolate Candy to Enjoy in Moderation

As long as you can avoid binge-eating boxes of sweets, you can likely indulge in chocolate candy as an occasional treat without completely derailing your health and fitness goals. Chocolate covered peanuts, almond bark, and cashew bark provide a satisfying crunch with their delicious flavors, allowing you to enjoy the experience while also being mindful of how much you’re eating. Rewarding yourself with a gourmet truffle after a day of making healthy choices can encourage you to keep up with your diet and exercise goals. No matter what your resolution involves or which of our chocolate candy offerings you prefer, keeping some high-quality confections from Wockenfuss on-hand can help keep you motivated throughout the year!

A Wide Selection of Delicious Treats from Wockenfuss Candies

Head to WockenfussCandies.com and browse our wide selection of chocolates and candies; we promise you won’t be disappointed! Wockenfuss Candies is one of the oldest candy makers in Baltimore. We opened our doors in 1915 and have proudly served the people of Baltimore ever since. If you have any questions about our wide selection of chocolates, please contact Wockenfuss Candies by calling 1-800-296-4414 or email info@Wockenfusscandies.com. When you’re not savoring our sweets, stay satisfied by following us on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest!

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