Ten Things Everyone Should Know About Artificial Food Coloring – DFD Guest Post at SortaCrunchy

What a week!  I’ve met SO many folks who have first-hand experience with food coloring sensitivity, after doing a guest post entitled “Ten Things Everyone Should Know About Artificial Food Coloring” on a friend’s site.  I owe a huge debt of gratitude to my friend Megan, blogger at Sorta Crunchy, writer for Simple Kids, and parenting book […]

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Pets Peeved: Sneaky Additives In Pet Foods

People dye their white dogs various colors…I don’t know why…It kind of freaks me out, like Rob Corddry in clown makeup.  All I ask is, if you’re gonna freshen up Fifi’s look for the season, please use natural, non-petroleum dyes. I recently found out that some of us well-meaning pet owners are unknowingly dying our […]

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Shopping Spies: StoreBot Wants YOU!

This is StoreBot. (Get it? Store…bot…store-bought…yeah).  Try to ignore the fact that he has “soup” written across his…chassis. He needs your help finding weird, hilarious, and ridiculous food labels!  Anytime you go grocery shopping, take a pic of something that catches your eye – such as misleading marketing, bad ingredients, questionable claims, or just funny […]

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Petrol Peas: Food Coloring Hidden In Shelf Staples

Remember when everyone was talking about using vegetables to run cars a few years back?  Well, they didn’t realize how close we already were in this country to making that dream come true.  The technology was always readily available, cheap, and neatly packaged – in the canned vegetable aisle of the grocery store, and in […]

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Random Musings for November 17th – Shopping A La ‘Cart Voyeur’

I often investigate products offered on grocery store shelves, and covertly take pictures for this blog and my DFD! gallery on Facebook.  I’ve had a few double-takes, curious stares from store employees, and even nervous managers seeming to follow me as I snap away and mumble or laugh to myself about ridiculous B.S. on food […]

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Food Mood: Do Adults Need Behavior Charts Too?

Recently I was asked by a parent how she could start logging her child’s food intake and daily behavior.  I gave her a suggestion that was passed on to me by another mom of a dye-sensitive kid – include your child’s school behavior charts in your 2-week analysis.  Then analyze behavior charts again after eliminating […]

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