Asthma, Eczema, and Allergies…Oh Dye! Guest Post by Erin Deschene

I am Erin, a wife and stay-at-home mother of three living in the Cincinnati, OH area.  We love going to exciting places together from museums and zoos to parks and historical sites.  I blog about our adventures at www.wellroundedkid.com, and we explore the world happily…dye-free.   As I look at the Epi Pen and inhaler […]

Subtracting Additives: Guest Post By Robin Jingjit

I’m an American teacher living in Thailand with my husband and two beautiful sons.  We love traveling and biking, and I’m learning to love trying new recipes for healthy treats that make us forget all about the old foods we’ve left behind. I’m writing from Bangkok, where I’ve been following Die, Food Dye for the […]

Winners And Losers Of Food Coloring: July 2012

This monthly ‘Winners And Losers’ feature will appear on the blog every third Thursday.  It’s a list of people, companies, products, and even countries who deserve a shout-out for either their good deeds or their naughty business when it comes to petroleum derived food additives (dyes, preservatives, and flavorings).  I list what piques my interest […]

All Natural And All Happy – Guest Post By Jen Breitfeller

I’m excited to feature DFD’s very first guest post – written by a mom with whom I’ve really clicked on so many food coloring experiences.  She brings up such familiar feelings of bewilderment, desperation, failure, and triumph.  If you’re up with a sleepless child right now, please do yourself and your child a favor and […]

The Proof Is In The Pudding: My Two-Week Food Mood Log Results

A couple of weeks ago, my extraordinary experience with some agave nectar prompted me to think about how foods affect our physical and mental well being – both kids and adults.  In Food Mood: Do Adults Need Behavior Charts Too? I sort of issued a challenge for myself and anyone else who is interested:  To […]

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 […]

Copyright © 2011 - Rebecca Evans and Die, Food Dye! All rights reserved.
Tips and recipes to reduce food waste - Love Food Hate Waste

Verified By SiteLock

website security