Exciting News! DFD Is Spreading Awareness Through BlogHer!

I am excited to report that one of my posts here on Die, Food Dye! has been published on the BlogHer network!  As BlogHer is a vast community of women writers with a reach of 37 million unique visitors per month, this means that I have the chance to spread awareness of the affects of synthetic food coloring far and wide…awesome! 

And just in time to celebrate Women’s History Month, too!  If you’ve never visited the BlogHer site, please do yourself a favor and spend some time reading perspectives on a plethora of topics – food, parenting, technology, love and sex, health, green topics, entertainment, money, sports, news, and politics.

 

And now….drumroll please (Bd-d-d-d-d-d-d-d-d-d-d…now, wipe off that screen)…I give you the linky path to that very worthwhile time-suck, paved with moxie and thoughts provoked…

Artificially Rose-Colored Glasses: Why Does The U.S. Still Use Petroleum Food Dyes?

(In the Food section, scroll down through the “What’s Hot” list – awww yeah!)

They even gave me a shiny new badge to place on my home page…

 

 


Deputy DFD, at your service!

Will you please share this link with others whom you think may be interested?  The more interest there is in this issue, the more economic pressure can be applied by our purchasing choices, and the better the chances are that large food manufacturers will take note and begin to change their products.  Thanks, fellow deputies!

I feel the need to shout “Regulators!!!” at this point...


 

 

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3 Responses to “Exciting News! DFD Is Spreading Awareness Through BlogHer!”
  1. Kacey says:

    Kudos to you for getting your blog post picked up on BlogHer. I had no clue about the dangers in food dyes so thanks for calling attention to this issue. I’m stopping by from Content Brew. Looking forward to learning a lot.

  2. Becky says:

    What a wonderful blog you have going on here!!! We were forced to go dye free by my oldest child 4 years ago, and while I was silently cursing her sensitivity back then, I am now SO incredibly thankful. It’s often hard to stand firm in our artificially colored world, but I know my children are healthier for it, and I also know that others are starting to question food dyes simply because they’ve seen my children forego dye laden treats. Change is happening….and your blog will certainly be a catalyst!

    • Indie Mama says:

      Thanks and congratulations on being dye-free! Your choice will influence those around you, and like you said, Change is happening. :) One small step at a time…

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