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Look Good, Feel Good – Halloween Costumes and Healthy Handouts

A Playful Peacock Halloween Costume for Toddlers and Infants. Available in sizes: 6/12 months, 12/18 months, and 18 months/2T.

We’ve found another favorite Halloween costume – the Playful Peacock – for the little ones. This bold and bright costume is perfect for your own little bird of paradise and is sure to capture the attention of your fellow neighborhood trick-or-treaters! For a direct link to the costume, click the picture. Or, if your looking for other costume ideas, check out www.CostumeExpress.com.

While looking good is a very important aspect of Halloween tradition, Avian Kingdom would also like to help you and your family stay healthy during this goodie-filled holiday. So, we’ve compiled a list of healthier-choice hand-outs.

Healthier Halloween Handouts

They may not make you the most popular house on the trick-or-treat route, but at least your conscience will be clear!

Cereal or Granola Bars

Most bars are packed with whole grains, fruits, and nuts; their a rich source of fiber and protein. Go for a brand that doesn’t use a lot of artificial flavorings and preservatives. If nut allergies are a concern, go for a nut-free brand.

Dried Fruit

Dried fruits are full of nutrients, much like their fresh counterparts. They are high in fiber and potassium, as well as other vitamins and minerals. Try small packs of dried apples, apricots, or cherries. Try to choose a brand made without added sugars, colors, or preservatives.

Trail Mix

Trail mix comes in a variety of flavors, containing everything from peanuts to dried blueberries to chocolate chips, and packed with a nutritional punch: fiber and protein from nuts, omega-3 fatty acids and potassium. A little chocolate can add a healthy dose of antioxidants to the equation. Be sure to read the ingredients list to make sure the mix isn’t laden with corn syrup and other sweeteners.

Juice Boxes

This may seem more like a trick than a treat at first, but after walking around the neighborhood for an hour or more, kids get thirsty. Consider putting out an ice-filled tub of 100 percent natural juice boxes. Not only is fruit juice high in vitamin C, but it will quench the thirst of even the fussiest trick-or-treater.

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