The Food Coloring Story That Put Me Off My Baklava

I couldn’t wait for the monthly “Winners And Losers Of Food Coloring” roundup to comment on this recent food coloring buzz. It actually grossed me out enough to make me turn my nose up at my own homemade baklava (for one day). So apparently, some bee keepers in the Alsace region of France noticed in August […]

Our Dye-Free Summer Road Trip

If you followed my silly stream of tweets in late July and early August, then you know that I took a chance on a 1,900-mile road trip from “The Big A” to the live music capital of the world – Austin.  Also lovingly known as Hippie Haven, and Bat City.  The “chance” part is because […]

When Will The FDA Wake Up And Realize This Is A National Health Crisis? Guest Post By Abby Egan

I am a mom of two usually adorable children and two rescue dogs.  I’m a novice gardener, avid reader and music lover. I work full time in social services (though my hope is that I can someday work part-time to give me more time for my family).  I try to educate everyone I meet about […]

12 Signs Your Family Has Food Coloring Sensitivity

If you’ve ever wondered if food coloring affects your family’s health or behavior, check out my short list of symptoms that follows.  This is not the total list of all symptoms that arise with the ingestion of food dyes, but it’s a collection of the most common problems I’ve seen. Unfortunately, there is no allergy […]

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 […]

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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