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Natural red food coloring recommendations by Broccoli Cupcake Posted Wed 04 Jan 2012 10:10pm Ok, friends I need your advice.  My son’s 4th birthday is next week.  He is currently obsessed with all things superheroes so my talented friend, Becca, of A Cake Boutique is making him a cake similar to this. But we have one problem.  How do we get that beautiful red color without using red food coloring?  My oldest son is allergic ... Read on »
From Chemical to Natural: How to Return to Eating Real Food by Reshma Adwar, DPT, HHC Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Thu 12 Jul 2012 4:36pm When I was a kid, I was obsessed with grape flavored candy. Jolly Ranchers, chewing gum, lollipops, you name it. But I rarely touched grapes! They just didn’t taste grape-y enough to my little palate which I had routinely bombarded with “grape flavored” foods. Unfortunately, we live in an era in which processed food is so ubiquitous, our ... Read on »
Nature’s Organization – Naturally Color-Coded Food by Corina T. Posted Wed 20 Feb 2013 3:00pm Seeing as every part of the natural world around us is so intricately detailed and organized, it should be no surprise to hear that natural foods are also just as well organized. Our bodies are carefully designed and created, our solar system is so complex it will never be mapped out and explained entirely by The post Nature’s Organization ... Read on »
Daycare Dilemma: Food Coloring Crisis by Alexandra Jamieson Posted Thu 10 Jun 2010 12:00am My son Laken attends a wonderful daycare here in our Brooklyn neighborhood. The teachers are kind, fun, and attentive, the director is hands-on, creative, and energetic. I enjoy the other parents and kids, and I’ve even stopped by the 3/4′s classroom to give a little talk about healthy vegetables. Sometimes ou ... Read on »
Fun Food For Kids: Soda Cupcakes by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Thu 27 Aug 2009 12:03am My kids love to cook … Mama doesn’t always like the mess and I often think, “ I can do this so much faster by myself “.  That said, I’m trying to get better about bringing the kids into the kitchen with me.  A recent fun food project we created were Natural Soda (pop) cupcakes. The resulting treats are very springy in texture, similar to a s ... Read on »
Food Colorants in my Cereal Bowl! by Paty M Posted Sat 19 Nov 2011 5:23am Cereals advertised for their Calcium, Zinc and Iron content I’ve probably had too many colorants in my system for quite some time when I was kid. My mom used to buy us Trix, and what was she thinking! When talking about snacks and cereals for kids – and possibly adults- one can’t ignore the topic of food dyes!Color ... Read on »
Bugs in our food too? by Dana Posted Sat 15 May 2010 12:00am This article made me laugh. I've known about carmine and where it came from for a while now but I've chosen to somewhat ignore it. I'm just happy to not have the red #40 in my food. But, the laugh factor came when reading the cost of carmine vs. chemical dye and thinking, can't we just have non-dyed food? Would it really be that awful? Woul ... Read on »
Weird Science, Weirder Food by IEatAsphalt Posted Fri 23 Jul 2010 6:22am I’ve never been a huge fan of the PB&J sandwich. Love peanut butter toast. But a PB&J just never did anything for me. It’s more like a survival meal. It’s what I would eat in high school if I didn’t like what was for lunch (which was incredibly rare). I was even more disgusted while watching an old episode of the Colbert Report that di ... Read on »
Make Your Own "Green" Halloween Face Paint by Diane Patient Expert Posted Thu 29 Oct 2009 11:00pm Now that lead has been found in Halloween face paint, the search is on for safer ways to decorate dimples and illuminate eyes. One thing is clear: ONLY face paint of cosmetic grade should be used. Fortunately, many options exist: Snazaroo’s 50 colors are water-based, made with materials that meet health and safety standards set both by the U. ... Read on »
Alkaline Foods and Health Drinks are Essential Ingredients for a Healthy Diet by Cliff S. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Fri 24 Oct 2008 1:48pm While there are many considerations for a healthy diet, alkaline foods and health drinks are essential components. Keeping these three things in mind will help you maintain youthful energy for life and avert premature aging. 1. Consume plenty of alkaline foods and drinks - Experts recommend a ratio of 80% alkaline foods to only 20% acid form ... Read on »