How to Plan for the Halloween Sugar Rush
From candy corn to caramel apples, Halloween can be the sweetest night of the year. The downside? Sugar gives us a quick boost of energy, followed by an even quicker crash that leaves us craving more. Keep your sweet tooth (and the candy consumption of your kids) under control with these 13 survival tips from our panel of veteran parents.
1. Keep Halloween Candy Out of Sight—And Out of Mind!
Hide the Halloween candy you’ve bought for handing out so you (and your family) don’t start gorging on it before the 31st.
2. Don’t Chauffeur Trick-or-Treaters
Save gas and walk with your kids through the neighbourhood. This way, you’ll all burn off the excess Halloween calories.
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