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Your New Year's Resolutions and Chocolate Can Mix!

Your New Year's Resolutions and Chocolate Can Mix!

It's the New Year again, and you know what that means: time for New Year's resolutions. Here at FitSugar, we are going to be helping you out with all kinds of advice for sticking to those healthy promises, which is why I am so excited to tell you about Twix® 100 Calorie Bars. Now, thanks to our friends at Twix®, you can have real enjoyment with less guilt. Twix® 100 Calorie Bars allow you to have the chocolate you love without breaking those resolutions. Available in the candy aisle, these products are identical in ingredients to their full sized counterparts. The trick is that they are just smaller so that they contain only 100 calories per serving. So you really don't need to give up chocolate in order to stick to those resolutions. Pretty awesome, right?

Thank you to Twix® 100 Calorie Bars for sponsoring this post.

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stephsharer stephsharer 8 years
are we going to have a post sponsored by Lard® soon too? i guess money talks.
Martini-Rossi Martini-Rossi 8 years
YUM!!!!
Martini-Rossi Martini-Rossi 8 years
YUM!!!!
7kimba7 7kimba7 8 years
There is no way I could eat this. it would be a slippery slope for me.
SeaFoamGreen215 SeaFoamGreen215 8 years
yea honestly I love the idea of 100 cal bars, but its so hard to eat only one. I'd rather eat two fun size bars, or just eat one regular candy bar and work off the extra 100 calories. I ate exremely healhty and organic today, and had a reg-sized box of junior mints for dinner. it still only added up to about 1700 total cals. maybe its just me, but I know that if I buy a box of 10, 100-cal bars, I'll eat at least 5 of them. I just dont have the discipline.
SeaFoamGreen215 SeaFoamGreen215 8 years
yea honestly I love the idea of 100 cal bars, but its so hard to eat only one. I'd rather eat two fun size bars, or just eat one regular candy bar and work off the extra 100 calories. I ate exremely healhty and organic today, and had a reg-sized box of junior mints for dinner. it still only added up to about 1700 total cals.maybe its just me, but I know that if I buy a box of 10, 100-cal bars, I'll eat at least 5 of them. I just dont have the discipline.
i-am-awesomeness i-am-awesomeness 8 years
These are cool, although I'm actually trying to increase my caloric intake, rather than decrease it. Twix bars are good :)
ptotheenguin ptotheenguin 8 years
Umm.. why not buy a package of fun sized bars? They're less than 100 calories, and probably a bit cheaper.
dubyah dubyah 8 years
This would be a great idea for my mother. I am always begging her to eat healthy with me but she claims she can't part from her chocolate.
emalove emalove 8 years
Mmm, love Twix bars! Plus, it's my cat's name so I always think of her!
gumdrops334 gumdrops334 8 years
it may not be 100% healthy, but for those people who are trying to cut down on sweets, this is at least a good way to curb their cravings without eating a 300 calorie chocolate bar. However, I'd probably just eat the halloween sized ones which may have even less calories. BTW I loooove twix! But I stop myself from buying the double bar because I know I'll eat both.
catander catander 8 years
LOL. I wouldn't have even noticed that Twix sponsored it. In any event, once I start eating sugary foods, I don't stop. It's better for me to just avoid it altogether. Not that I succeed all that often ;)
sparklestar sparklestar 8 years
Yes, it really does. I like that though. We know Fit would NEVER endorse eating this crap if they weren't sponsoring the post!! I find it amusing that they even thought they could get away with such nonsense. I mean REALLY!
sparklestar sparklestar 8 years
Yes, it really does.I like that though. We know Fit would NEVER endorse eating this crap if they weren't sponsoring the post!!I find it amusing that they even thought they could get away with such nonsense. I mean REALLY!
starkiss23 starkiss23 8 years
Does that really say that Twix sponsored this post?
Allytta Allytta 8 years
weren't you the one who said twix and other massively produced choco like that is very harmful because of trans fat in it? that's why i stopped eating that c**p.
chrissy00 chrissy00 8 years
Why not make your own healthy twix bar? I take 2 graham crackers whole wheat, layer with sugar free/low carb (walden farms makes a great one) caramel and sugar free chocolate that is melted. Dip the graham cracker into the melted choc and smoosh together with the caramel and more chocolate. Much healthier and low/carb sugar free. Yummmm!
ilanac13 ilanac13 8 years
everyone's on the 100 calorie bandwagon. i just hope that people respect that if you eat 10 - you're eating 1000 cals
lucky33 lucky33 8 years
yum, good idea - i would have a hard time trying not to eat the whole box :)
Maria84 Maria84 8 years
I just purchased these today in the supermarket and ad one. They are perfect for satisfying a craving without feeling guilty.
nikolem2 nikolem2 8 years
No thanks. Just b/c it's low in calories doesn't make it healthy. Plus unnecessary packaging = environmental waste.
Peony Peony 8 years
I remember hearing around Hallloween that the regular Twix bars had trans-fat -- do you know if they've changed the formula for the 100 calorie ones?
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
I guess for people who can't just stick to no candy this is an okay idea but to me sugar is sugar even if there is only 100 calories.
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