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    Foods without Red Dye 40



    • Kim Brockwell

      Red Dye Free!: Foods without Red Dye 40 - except not sure about those popsicles, they're on both lists…

    • Jennifer Wade

      Colors in your kids food can trigger behavior problems. This blog is to advocate for children who seem to have behavior problems, but are really reacting to the artificial dyes found in foods and medicines. It is to help others to be more aware of how food affects your mood. Children and adults can suddenly become irritable, have headaches, and even become angry or aggressive after ingesting synthetic artificial dyes. I recommend avoiding all artificial colors.

    • Marcie Vandenbrouck

      Red Dye Free!: Foods without Red Dye 40 and other colors!!

    • Amy Kimbrell

      Foods that do not contain Red Dye 40 - Yeah!!! Popsicles!

    • Joy Scott

      Red Dye Free!: Foods without Red Dye 40

    • Dani Cousin

      Foods that do not contain Red Dye 40

    • Maria Early

      Healthy food for kids

    • Holly Zohner

      Foods without Red 40

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