SFC's The Happy Kitchen's Take on Halloween and Health
There are plenty of resources out there about having a healthy Halloween. You can give out trail mix or toys instead of candy, make a healthier brownies healthier by adding applesauce, or limit the number of trick-or-treating houses that your kids visit. All of these are fine ideas, but in the grand scheme of overall health, we’re less concerned with one day of overindulgence and more concerned with how unhealthy choices can creep into our everyday lives. Last week, we talked about making Food Day every day, but it’s important to keep Halloween at just one day a year. This means watching your sugar intake and eating mindfully on most other days. Here are some tips to make sure that Halloween habits aren’t sneaking into your everyday life...
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