Halloween is opon us......Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid of Sugar!
In the last 20 years, the amount of sugar average person consumes yearly in the United States has soared from 26 pound per person to more than 135 pounds per person per year!
You are in serious danger and so are the children you throw candy at each Halloween. I know you either throw candy at them or those little monsters will be throwing eggs at you.... I know.... I have been egged in the past for not particating in this sugar free for all.
I realized when I gave other things like toys, books, stickers, glow in the dark sticks and temporary tattoo... I was not only a hero to the the Trick or Treaters but the parents too. Here are some other items I suggest your give puzzle books, nuts and school supplies. Work with the families on your block to start a candy free zone!
What do you think?
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