Eat Well and Prosper Blog


Let Them Eat Candy!

Yep, it's the day before the trick-or-treating frenzy, and Halloween candy has been lurking in pantries, offices, and break rooms for weeks. We think of Halloween as one day, but really October is the start of months of sweets and treats. Halloween in October is followed by Thanksgiving in November, which is followed by Christmas in December, and then there is Valentine's Day in February, and lastly a little lag time before Easter in March or April. Then the diet culture tells us to "get in shape for swimsuit season." So let's step back and think about this logically. I'm going to write about freedom to eat candy, not playing the compensation game, and food allergies. It all relates, you'll

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