When Eliminating Sugar Is Not Enough – Tina’s Synthetic Food Coloring Story

I am stay at home mom to my 3-year-old son, Logan.  We live in Tampa, Florida and enjoy swimming, trips to the park, and spending my husband’s days off lost in the magic of Disney. The prologue to our story begins with growing up in a fast paced urban city.  It’s no NYC, but with […]

My 1-Year Blogiversary, Second Dye-Free Halloween, And Feingold Diet Update

What a year it has been.  On Halloween in 2011 I took a flying leap, armed with the new knowledge that food coloring made my kid turn into someone else – like Hermione Granger’s polyjuice potion.  I was frustrated at the lack of information available about this troublesome additive.  I decided to create a place […]

Seeing Red and Going Green Aren’t Always What You Think – Our Journey Away From Food Dye: Guest Post By Kelly Cook

I’m Kelly, married to Tony and mom to one son we adopted through the foster care system.  We live in Arizona and raise chickens, ducks, goats, a steer for beef, and a pig for pork.  We have cats, a new puppy, two bunnies, and an emu.  We try to make most things from scratch and are moving […]

Red Alert! School Valentine Parties Are Coming!

You may know that I’m a dye-sensitive mom to a kid who is allergic to food coloring.  If you’ve been reading my blog, you know that spreading awareness about food dye side effects, and natural alternatives, is my passion.  And if you follow the DFD Twitter or FaceBook pages, you know that I am…“enthusiastic“…”persistent”…All those […]

Just Write

As I sit here warming my stiff hands on a mug of hot tea and waiting for my ancient lappy to acknowledge my presence, I think about the future of this blog ‘o’ mine.  Since the new year started I decided I want to write more frequently, and in shorter bursts…Except when something deserves more […]

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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