CoolSculpting Raleigh

One of the best parts about the fall is undoubtedly the time around Halloween. Kids are excited, everyone gets to dress up, and it’s one of the few days of the year that you can ring your neighbor’s doorbell and they know you’re coming around. All of this pales in comparison, of course, to the real star of the show: discounted candy. While it may not have started as a candy-driven holiday, it has certainly morphed into one and that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Having so much half-price chocolate available the day after Halloween is one of the small pleasures in life, although dentists and your waistline may disagree.
Halloween for me has always marked the beginning of the holiday season. You get to kick off the end of the year with a fun night full of sugar and then jump right into the Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons. Let’s face it, you’re going to need some of that cheap candy to get you through all of the preparations that are fast approaching. While it may not seem like there’s too much to do all the way in the beginning of the month, if you pay attention you may still find yourself reaching for a few more comfort foods as you get closer to the end of the year. There is nothing wrong with this, unless of course you lose track of just how much of that left-over chocolate you eat in one sitting.
As with any type of food, candy is just fine in moderation. I know that you’ve likely heard that your entire life, but it’s true! It’s important to keep an eye on what you’re eating, especially if you are trying to slim down or even prevent those extra few pounds we all seem to attract during the holiday season. This Halloween, try to cut back on how many bags of candy you buy the day after.
If you’re looking to get rid of those pesky problem areas before the holidays roll around, give 800-8THIN-YOU a call today. Schedule a consultation with a certified CoolSculpting technician in one of our locations in either Cary of Wake Forest. You can’t go wrong with the only Diamond rated facility in the Triangle region. Make sure that you buy candy responsibly this year so that we can still help you find the thin that is in you!