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October: Have a Healthier Halloween

Original source: https://food.unl.edu/documents/October_Halloween_9_26_11_Web.pdf For many, autumn events like Halloween are a time to wear costumes, go trick-or-treating, go to parties with friends, and eat sweet treats. Celebrations such as Halloween are a chance to not only have fun, but also provide healthy snack options and be physically active with friends and family. Below are tips to […]

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5 Calorie Free Ways to Enjoy Halloween Candy

Original source: http://www.nutritionknowhow.org/blog/e/5-calorie-free-ways-to-enjoy-your-halloween-candy/ and https://mommypoppins.com/halloween-candy-donation-candy-buy-back-donating-treats-operation-gratitude Got a Halloween candy hangover? Come November 1, parents across the country are wondering how they’re going to get rid of all the candy their kids brought home. Some of it will be eaten, sure, but just one look at the amount of calories in an average Halloween haul and you’ll want to make […]

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The 10 most and least healthy Halloween candies

Original source: https://nordic.businessinsider.com/halloween-candy-thats-healthiest-unhealthiest-ranked-reeses-snickers-2017-10 By this point in the year, you’ve probably caved and bought some Halloween candy. We wanted to know if there was a way to pick a candy that might be more “healthy” than the rest, mitigating some of the guilt we feel as we indulge in the seasonal sweets. With that in mind, […]

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Treat Tips for a Healthy Halloween

Original source: https://www.healthiergeneration.org/news__events/2014/10/27/1068/treat_tips_for_a_healthy_halloween For many, Halloween kicks off the annual holiday season, which stretches for several months of celebrations with family and friends. These celebrations involve a consistent presence of food, and often that of the unhealthy persuasion. And Halloween, with its ever-expanding candy sacks, may be the biggest culprit. But it doesn’t have to be […]

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