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Thursday, September 9, 2010

I'm Glad that we made the switch to Dye-Free foods - How about You?

    It has been years since we transitioned to foods without artificial colors, and I can honestly say that it has been a blessing.  I have three wonderful boys who are not being affected by the changes in behavior that can occur when ingesting synthetic dyes- such as red dye 40, yellow 5, and yellow 6, etc..   There are no more uncontrollable tantrums, punching mom or brothers, or irrational behavior - all because of the petro-chemicals in synthetic(man-made) artificial dyes. 
    How about you?  Are you noticing behavior in your child that goes beyond the norm?  Do time-outs and other forms of discipline seem to be useless?  Does your child show uncontrollable anger and take it out on everyone who gets in his path?  Does your child have poor motor coordination?  Have you payed attention to what your child ate that day to see if artificial dyes could be the culprit?   If it is and you find out this useful bit of information, you will see a huge transformation in your child by just switching to foods without these dyes!  If you have a child that is sensitive to artificial dyes, the difference in your child will be overwhelming!     
    My child used to appear depressed and he didn't like behaving the way he did.  We didn't understand him.  After we found out the reason, we told him that it wasn't his fault and that it was the red dye's fault for making him act that way.  His self-esteem is very high now and he knows that he has control over his actions.  His motor coordination improved.  He chooses to stay away from artificial dyes because he doesn't want to feel that way again.
    Have you had a similar experience?  Please share your experiences by leaving a comment or sharing on Facebook or Twitter - Red Dye Free!
    Every child deserves a chance!  
    *Also, post  your findings on  The Center for Science in the Public Interest is doing whatever they can to ban these synthetic dyes.

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