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31 Days of {Green!} Giveaways: Day#25

Welcome to Day #25 of our

31 days of {Green!} Giveaways

Today’s question: Did you know that one in three trick-or-treaters who come to your door this Halloween are expected to develop diabetes in their lifetime?

*Attention Facebook fans: Please answer as a comment on our blog, not our Facebook page in order to be entered to win!*

Today is day #25 of our month-long, trick-or-treating party for parents!

Just knock on our door (AKA blog) each day, answer the daily question (in lieu of shouting, “Trick or treat!” – although you are totally welcome to write that as well) and you’ll be entered to win some absolutely fabulous, ever-so-eco-friendly prizes.

Today’s prize package is worth $34!

Today I Ate A Rainbow!

The Today I Ate A Rainbow kits gets kids excited about eating fruits & veggies!  Kit contains: An interactive chart that uses colorful magnets to track daily consumption of a rainbow of fruits & veggies, a color coded shopping list and a children’s book called The Rainbow Bunch. $25  Open to USA and Canada.

Orange Vapur

Orange Vapur anti-bottle at LiveGreene. Value $9. Ships to continental US only.


Here’s how to enter:

1. Add your e-mail address to the comment login, below. (We cannot notify you if we don’t have your e-mail address!)

2. Add a comment (one per e-mail address) with your answer to the question above.

3. Comment must post before 11:59pm PST – TONIGHT

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Good luck & have FUN!

(& See you tomorrow )

Green Halloween® is a nationwide non-profit initiative started by mother-daughter team Corey Colwell-Lipson and Lynn Colwell. In 2010, Green Halloween became a program of EcoMom® Alliance and has events in cities across the U.S.



10 Responses to “31 Days of {Green!} Giveaways: Day#25”

  1. cathy Says:

    No, I didn’t know that. That means that one in three of my son’s classmates, and one in three of his friends. It just makes me more intent on ensuring that he is one of the 2 in 3 that doesn’t.

  2. Chelle Says:

    No I didn’t know that. That is scary to think about. I highly limit the sugary foods my son eats. He gets to pick a couple pieces of candy and it gets put away. Same with sugary juice. Even though it’s 100% juice doesn’t mean it doesn’t have sugar in it. I water it down to about 50/50. I don’t let him have soda. He only gets juice boxes when we go on long trips in the car. He’s content to drink milk or water. It’s hard to keep sugar at bay when his daddy loves to eat cookies and candy. Lead by example right?! Thanks for all of the tips and facts.

  3. Stephanie Says:

    I read that the other day and was shocked!

  4. Robin O Says:

    I did not know that. Thank you, #GreenHalloween, for raising awareness about improving the health of children!

  5. Kyle Says:

    I did not put two and two together on this one, but I will be sure to post on our site! and give to due credit to your site! Please consider signing up for our Newsletter for all the latest research and resources updates in finding a cure diabetes.

  6. Joan Says:

    Thank you for raising awareness Green Halloween! I did hear this one on the news!

  7. Alea Shinn Says:

    I heard that recently such a sad statistic =(

  8. Laura R. Says:

    I recently heard this depressing news. We try to limit our little ones’ sugary intake and treat fruits as dessert instead. :)

  9. Ashley LLloyd Says:

    No but since I have it scares me

  10. Laura Perkins Says:

    No, I did not know that statistic. Very sad, but makes me even more determined to continue to pass out pencils, stickers, or similar treats for Halloween.