For most children, Halloween in one of the best nights of the year. Kids get to go all out in full costume, roam the neighborhood with their friends, and receive free candy and treats, so who can blame them? However, with easy access to more candy, children are facing the most amount of cavities in over 40 years. In addition, the obesity rate is triple what it was a generation ago.
On the night of Halloween, the average child eats between 3,500 to 7,000 calories worth of treats, with many sweets left over to last a week worth of calories! Although, experts in healthcare say that there is nothing wrong will allowing your child to eat some candy on Halloween night, as long as the rest of the year is generally spent clean eating.
Ensure that this Halloween is not a dentist or doctor nightmare:
This Halloween night, be sure to take precautions in protecting your child’s health and teach them a valuable lesson of giving. Contact Sackett & Associates Insurance Services, serving Sebastopal and surrounding areas in California, to provide your family with the health insurance that you deserve.