Bags of candy, parties with lots of alcoholic beverages…How can we stick to our healthy habits this Halloween? Here are a few ideas. For kids trick-or-treating, consider using smaller containers to grab the goodies. Have them eat dinner before they go out. Maybe limit your child to a pre-set number of pieces of candy that night and on future nights. Parents, avoid eating the extra candy you were planning to give out, and throw away your kids’ extra candy, or take it to work and give it away. And for the Halloween party goers, keep your alcohol to a minimum, and consider a designated driver or using a ride sharing service.
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