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These Healthy Marshmallows Will Change Your Life

They might be unhealthy, but marshmallows are fundamental to having the perfect hot chocolate, campfires, and Rice Krispies squares. Yet, diabetics and others who need to limit sugar intake miss out on the simple pleasures that marshmallows bring due to high levels of corn syrup and sugar. This is of course completely unfair. I believe everyone needs to experience the tasty pleasures of roasting a marshmallow over a campfire or adding a few too many marshmallows to your hot chocolate!
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What To Do With Your Leftover Halloween Candy

We can't help but get super excited around the end of October because we know that Halloween is coming. We've come up with 10 creative and tasty recipes that will incorporate your goodies into lots of goodness. Why eat them straight out of the bucket when you can check these awesome recipes off your bucket list?
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The Health Nut's Halloween Dilemma

While most parents think of the oral health concerns or the sugar rush and hyperactivity that seems to follow candy, the health nut parent thinks of the long term effects. The body's internal response to all of that junk is not a small concern. Sugar can be brushed and flossed and rinsed off of the surface of the teeth, but once you've chewed and swallowed, your body is left to pay the consequences.
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How the Candy Witch Can Revolutionize Halloween

Candy can also have a darker side for parents who are trying to keep their kids as healthy as possible, or protect them from allergic reactions by restricting what candy their kids can have. Imagine how the kid feels when they have a food allergy and can't have candy -- seeing other kids reaping the benefits of their trick-or-treating, dumping out their huge bags of candy and sorting through what they got -- it's both sad and frustrating.
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Trick-or-Treating is For Kids. Period.

It's fair to say that many teens love getting something for nothing. Free candy? It fits the bill. And every October 31, they fail to disappoint, showing up at the door, thrusting a bag in the direction of unwitting participants, sometimes without even uttering the agreed request -- sometimes, the words "Trick or Treat" aren't even mentioned.

15 Allergy-Friendly Foods

It's hard enough to find foods your kids will eat, but if they have a food allergy (or someone at school does), it can seriously limit your culinary options -- not to mention, it makes grocery shopping a challenge. To ease your allergy pain, we've rounded up our 15 Food Allergy Savers.