7 Spooktacular Articles Filled with Halloween Tips and Tricks!October 30, 2023
With haunted houses, spooky mazes, pumpkin patches, and kids and adults of all ages dressing up in their favorite costumes, Halloween is one of the most fun and exciting times of the year. It’s a magical time of imagination and creativity…and lot’s of candy. But you can still stay on track. Check out these 7 articles filled with tips and tricks for a happy and healthier Halloween.
Healthy Halloween Tips and Tricks!
You can have your own set of tricks to avoid the buffet of Halloween treats. Check out this article and develop your own bag of WLS tricks for a lifetime of long-lasting treats.
You have worked hard all year to help your children maintain a healthy, well-balanced diet and this much anticipated one day of the year can easily sabotage your mission. it's up to you to make sure your children "stay on track" and yet still have a fun, memorable, healthy Halloween holiday.
Halloween witches and ghosts can fly around on this spooky holiday but most of us with children and grandchildren will most likely be doing a lot of walking. Here are 5 Trick or Treating Walking Tips!
It is important to be aware of creepy calories because they are the enemy of your weight loss surgery, perilous to your pouch, and the true nemesis of all your efforts to lose and maintain weight loss after bariatric surgery.
Halloween can be full of scary things such as ghosts, goblins, and CANDY! The temptation of candy lurking in kids' trick-or-treat bags is especially scary to anyone trying to lose or maintain weight loss. Here are some Tricks and Treats to help get you through the season.
As weight loss surgery patients, we don't have to be tricked by the Halloween treats that disrupt our healthy habits and lifestyle. We've put together some suggested substitutes that are true treats when it comes to decreased carbohydrates, sugar and fat.
The issue of overweight and obese children is more of a concern today than ever before. Here are 10 tips to make the candy holiday a healthier Halloween.