Winners And Losers Of Food Coloring: May 2012 List

As I find more and more food dye related content on the web this year, I’ve had the chance to read some thought-provoking studies, personal stories, and news reports.  This is a very good thing, as only six months ago, I struggled to find much of anything on this subject.  So I started this blog […]

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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 […]

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We’ve Got Spirit, Yes We Do!

We’ve got spirit…How ’bout you? Today my thoughts are on school spirit nights, and the aftermath of eating at the chosen restaurants for some food coloring sensitive families. My kid gets a sticker on her shirt reminding her to support her school at a local eatery, every Wednesday.  She begs to go.  She even does […]

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No Love Lost: Our First Valentine’s Day Free Of Petroleum Food Coloring

Happy First Dye-Free Valentine’s Day, friends!  It’s a mouthful, I know, but I like the sound of that better than “Red 40 Day”.  This year feels like a real celebration – of love, hope, and gratitude.  I am actually enjoying my kid’s company while she’s under the influence of sugar.  Thanks for the miracle, Saint […]

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Science Is Awesome

I write a lot about the effects of artificial food coloring on children’s health and behavior from the comfort of whatever chair happens to be free of laundry, but I rarely get the chance to spread awareness in person.  This Tuesday I was lucky enough to be a part of our school’s annual “Science Night.”  […]

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12 Things Everybody Ought To Know About Artificial Food Coloring – DFD Guest Post at happyhippierose

I am delighted to work with Rose, blogger at happyhippierose!  She is not your average gal – She is like twenty amazing people rolled into one!  Her socks alone make my day.  I’ve enjoyed reading about her life of crafting, surviving cancer, sacrifice, partying, nursing, loving, and volunteering.  You must read about her evolution in […]

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