Wishing For A Naturally Green St. Paddy’s day? You’re In Luck!

Here we are just weeks after Valentine’s Day and winter holidays, and food coloring is yet again filling store “seasonal” aisles the world over.  If it’s not an opportunity to be Irish for a day, then it’s Easter.  Any excuse to eat candy, really (just ask Eddie Izzard).  It is with a heavy heart, a […]

Winners And Losers Of Food Coloring: October 2012

This month, the winners and losers of food coloring sort of evened out – despite the fact that it’s possibly the most dye-drenched month of the year.  A huge majority of the dye-related content I found online was just recipes for making creepy treats that resemble eyeballs, guts, and brains.  Those can all be made […]

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 […]

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 […]

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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