Tips to staying healthy – avoid a holiday diet nightmare

Published: Wednesday, Oct. 31 2012 9:48 a.m. MDT

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Dan Goodman, Associated Press
After all the candy is collected, there is bound to be some that the children don't like.

>>Have the children divide the candy they really like into a separate pile, then put candy into snack baggies of 100 calories to control portions, according to
ABC7 Chicago.

>>Donate the other candy to senior citizens homes, Ronald McDonald House, a children's hospital, food bank, or a U.S. Soldier, according to Time.

>> Freeze the candy that will work in Christmas treats and decorating, according to The Post-Standard article.

For more ways to avoid sweets, visit this Deseret News article.
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Rob
Logan, UT

Yum, so not fair to post this picture.

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