How To Prepare For A Dye-Free School Year

I’ve got some good news of the dye-free kind to lay on ya.  I am happy to report that so far, our new school year was a lot easier than I had expected.  My daughter started back a week ago, which is still a little weird to me (why not September, like Hogwarts, err, the […]

That’s The Way The Cupcake Crumbles – Guest Post by Steph Emerson

Today I’m so excited to introduce you to Steph, a mom with whom I can really relate.  We both have dye-sensitive 7-year-old daughters.  We shared a similar dietary philosophy, and our children had relatively drama-free toddler years, until food coloring changed everything.  Plus, I share Steph’s secret outlook on her daughter’s dye sensitivity (read about […]

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 […]

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 […]

One Moveable Feast: Serve Up Organic Meals Without Blowing Your Budget

I’ve been interested in the effects of nutrition on the human body since I wrote a paper on porotic hyperostosis for my college anthropology course.  I’m fascinated with how local food supplies translate into cultural and physical characteristics, how past cultures survived, and how they just figured things out.  Unfortunately, my own evolution was a […]

Traditions That Make Your Kid Blue – Avoiding Food Coloring All Year

There are so many occasions that beckon us to bond and celebrate with colorful food.  Food and fellowship have been connected since the first time a Neanderthal shared his bison hocks with his cute neighbor two caves down.  Thankfully, these days we have lots of healthy options to help us avoid mammoth saddlebags, feral freakouts, […]

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