Now my Toddlebug is a Tween, and a gluten-free one at that. Starting in early 2018, our house has been entirely gluten-free, as directed by a doctor. That means no wheat, rye, spelt, triticale, barley, oats unless they're certified GF, couscous, nothing that "may contain" or is "processed on shared equipment with" wheat. We already didn't do food coloring, as a result of negative effects.
I also have increasingly chosen to move our diet in a plant-centered direction for both environmental and health reasons, and we try to limit our household trash output. (If you'd like to learn more about any of that, check out Drawdown, see whether your library has How Not to Die, and look up Bea Johnson, respectively.) We have not gone all the way to vegan, and we still put out a gallon or two of trash each week, plus kitty litter. A bit of progress is better than doing nothing!
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