Valentine’s Day can represent a challenge for those who react to artificial ingredients. Most of Walmart’s red and pink candy aisle contains petroleum-derived dyes. Unfortunately, those dyes would cause my children to alternately freak out and space out for a week or more. Ugh.
Golden begged while Becca fought with the package.
P.S. Most of you have seen/heard me mention the Feingold program before. If you’re interested in reading more about our Feingold experience, you may enjoy reading this earlier blogpost, and/or click on the “Feingold” category listing in my sidebar for all related posts.
P.P.S. If you’re drooling to buy some healthy (!?) candy, NaturalCandyStore.com kindly indicates Feingold-approved options with F1 or F2 symbols!
P.P.P.S. Please note that I receive NO compensation for this blogpost. Nor am I a medical expert. The information in this post is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. I’m just sharing what works for us 🙂