Let’s face it. Halloween is the day that parents turn into monsters.
Why? Because you don’t want your kids to eat that whole pillowcase of goodies they will come home with after a successful night of trick-or-treating.
Don’t fear. You can successfully grab those Milky Ways and Milk Duds, Reese's and Rolos, lollipops and licorice out of their grasp -- and maybe help others at the same time.
There are some strategies parents can take to limit the candy consumption and use the holiday to talk to kids about healthy eating. But how? Here are some great ideas shared by the people at the Today show.
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