πŸŽƒ Here’s the best Halloween candy for your health, and the worst πŸ˜­

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Believe it or not,Β  Halloween is next week! You know what that means!Β πŸŽƒπŸ‘»πŸ¬πŸ«πŸ˜

But when your kid comes home with a sack full of candy, which pieces are treats and which are nothing but unhealthy tricks?Β πŸ€”

Well, the website Eat This, Not That did a little diggin' to help you figure it out. 😐

They ranked 32 of the most popular Halloween candy pieces, from unhealthy to healthy, based on calories, fat and ingredients.Β πŸ˜‘

And here's what they came up with:

The worst Halloween candy out there is  Reese's Miniatures. 😭

For every three of those little pieces, you're taking in 108 calories! 😭😭😭

Next on the list of candies to avoid is Hershey's Take 5 snack size, with over 100 calories per bar.Β πŸ€¦β€β™€οΈ

But don't get scared,Β  there's good news!

Some of our favorite chocolates did land on the in the 20 healthiest Halloween candies out there! 😯

Ones like Reese's Pieces snack size, Nestle Crunch fun size,Β  Kit Kat snack size and fun size M&M's Pretzel fun size.Β πŸ™‚

And the Halloween candy that landed the number one healthiest spot is... Jelly Belly's!Β πŸ™‚

Even though they may sound the fattest, they will only actually set you back 4 calories per bean. This means they're the slimmest way to enjoy the tastes of cotton candy, toasted marshmallows, and strawberry shortcake. 🀝

There you have it!

But the main takeaway you should remember about the list is portion control.Β πŸ‘

Avoid any king size candy bars, and you'll be around for many Halloweens to come!Β πŸŽƒπŸ™ŒπŸ˜ƒ

 

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