Healthy Living Nutrition

Tips for a Safe and Healthy Halloween


Parcel Out Candy

When left to their own devices, kids (and kids at heart) are just as naughty as goblins and will succumb to temptation of candy easily. This means that you should never let your kids keep all of their candy after trick-or-treating, because that pot of gold might be gone in the morning. It is best to take the candy and divvy it up, so it lasts for a long while.

Not only that, but you are teaching your kids a valuable lesson in portion control. This helps them understand that one or two pieces at once is fine but eating a whole jar of chocolate will only result in a tummy ache or cavities later on.