Monday, October 05, 2009

Trick Or Treat Me On Twitter

As a mother, I value the importance of nutrition. I believe that good nutrition should start early. Teaching kids about the significance of good nutrition will help reinforce lifelong eating healthy eating habits.

Now that Halloween is just around the corner, kids are more exposed to sweets and junk food. Although Halloween is a fun activity, some parents worry about their children's health during this time. Eating too many candies and junk food can have its negative effect on children. It is best to monitor your child during Trick or Treat. It's great to see children having a wonderful time but good nutrition should be compromised.

I encountered an online campaign that stresses good nutrition for children even during Halloween. Trick Or Treat Me blog opens the eyes of parents about the importance of good nutrition at all times. Parents will be delighted to know that they can still maintain healthy living and at the same time have fun on Halloween.

An example of a nice and healthy treat for kids this Halloween is milk in shelf stable Tetra Pak carton. Kids will appreciate a yummy drink on-the-go and parents will be assured that kids will have more calcium in their diet. It's like hitting two birds with one stone. It's definitely a win-win situation. In line with this is the new “milk box” campaign. Trusted brands like Hershey’s and Organic Valley encourages you to spread the word about milk in single serve, shelf stable cartons through social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter.

Enjoy sending a Halloween tweet to someone. Take note that when you Trick Or Treat Me on Twitter, you are also making a 10¢ donation to World Wildlife Fund. You can choose whether to “trick” or “treat” your friends on Twitter. I just sent a couple of treat tweets to my friends. Go ahead and give it a try too.


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