How to have a Healthy Halloween

Remember how fun Halloween was when we were kids? The excitement of choosing a costume, the thrill of collecting candy, and the anticipation of being spooked?! But now that we’re all grown up, we can’t help but notice that Halloween seems to have turned into a barrage of scantily costumes, binge drinking, or a combination of both. If you’re like us, and looking for fun (and healthy) ways to celebrate Halloween, we’ve got you covered! Check out our list of healthy and fun Los Angeles Halloween ideas to enjoy this year!

Enjoy a Halloween season that keeps you on track! You can still enjoy tricks and treats without destroying your liver!

2014 Los Angeles Rock n' Roll Half Marathon Los Angeles, California October 26, 2014 Photo: Andrew McClanahan@PhotoRun vicath1111@aol.com 631-291-3409 www.photorun.NET

  1. ROCK N’ ROLL RUN:

If you love to exercise, love to dress up, and love Rock n’ Roll, you’re in for a real Halloween treat! Now the biggest Halloween half marathon, The Los Angeles Rock n’ Roll run takes you through the streets of downtown Los Angeles on October 30th, with thousands of other dressed up runners for a day that is full of festivities and fun! Enjoy a scenic course, live bands, finishing medals, and even admission to the two-day health and fitness expo. Feeling a little naughty? There is a cold beer waiting for you at the finish line! Drink up! You earned it!

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  1. HALLOWEEN HORROR NIGHTS:

Prepared to be seriously spooked! It’s no surprise that the entertainment capital of the word would pull out on the scary stops to create a whole theme parked dedicated to scaring you this season. A favorite attraction for lovers of horror and gore, you’ll be shakin’ in your boots from start to finish. Grab a friend, hold on tight, and get ready to scream your head off as you walk through the Universal Studios amusement park after dark! The best part? You will inevitably burn calories running away from those scary chainsaw-carrying men! Eeeek!

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  1. HOWL-O-WEEN

For those Halloween enthusiasts with fur babies, you’re in luck! You no longer have to leave your furry best friend at home when celebrating this season, because at Howl-O-Ween, pups are encouraged! Pooches will dress up for the costume contest, while pup-parents score yummy food, drinks, and 15% discounts on daycare packages and other goodies! This event is a match made in heaven for tail-waggers and their proud mutt mom’s (and dads!).

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  1.  DIA DE LOS MUERTOS:

Celebrate life this year with one of the most colorful and vibrant cultural events in Los Angeles!

For over 30 years, the merchants on Olvera Street have celebrated Dia de los Muertos, and this year, you can join them! Dia de los Muertos is not a time to mourn loved ones, rather it is a time to remember the lives they lead and the many things they enjoyed during that life. Dia de los Muertos at Olvera Street is the only celebration of its kind in Los Angeles – A nine-day festival, with altars on display, children’s workshops, face painting, and entertainment throughout. Grab your girls, your beau, or your kids – this is one everyone can enjoy!

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  1.   EL CAPITAN THEATRE SCREENING:

When in Rome, do as the Romans! You’re in Hollywood, so take in a piece of Hollywood movie magic history! This Halloween, step into El Capitan Theatre to experience Hollywood’s glittering past and be treated to an unparalleled movie-going experience. With a sound system featuring over 100 speakers, the super-bright digital projectors deliver crisp, clean images with perfect color, and ultra-realistic digital 3D experience. The El Capitan Theatre experience often includes exclusive pre-show entertainment, prop & costume exhibits, and many other fun surprises! This year, watch Tim Burton’s Halloween favorite The Nightmare Before Christmas and reserve your spot for the Spooktacular Backstage Tour of this awesome Hollywood landmark.

What are your tricks and treats to stay healthy on Halloween? Comment below and let us know!

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