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NEW YORK STATE -- In addition to safety, you'll also want to keep health in mind this Halloween.
Nutritionists want to make sure you think twice before you bite. They say moderation is key.
Those fun-sized pieces of chocolate can disappear quickly, but you should remember they're packed with unwanted carbs, sugars and fats.
Experts suggest eating candy alongside a meal or snack to keep yourself full.
"It should be balanced with a meal. So for example if you threw in a snack sized candy bar with their lunch or after school snack with a piece of fruit and glass of milk is a much better way to do it rather than just eating candy, after candy, after candy," said Sarah Thompson, Lecturer of Health and Wellness Studies
Dentists also say you shouldn't snack on candy throughout the day.
Rather, they say to eat a piece or two in one sitting and then brush after.