Monday, March 4, 2013

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A Bubble Gum Celebration

Did you know that the second week of March is National Bubble Gum week? I just found out and thought we'd celebrate it in our house. So while we're thinking gum, I thought I'd highlight some of the gums that are better choices for blood type O's and A's. I don't think there is a gum on the market that is allowed on the blood type diet but if you're going to chew gum, these ones are gluten-free, dairy-free, dye-free, and/or naturally sweetened.

 
This a great kid choice, especially for A's (a caution to O's, it does have corn syrup). This all natural bubble gum comes in orange, mandarin, tangerine, cinnamon, lemon and peppermint flavors and works perfectly in our home gum ball machine. The best part is, there are no artificial dyes or colors.

All Glee Gums are vegetarian, non-GMO, dairy free, wheat free, gluten free, egg free, yeast free, nut free, and soy free. The sugar- free gums are also corn free.  Some of the flavors they make are Bubblegum,Triple Berry,Lemon-Lime,Spearmint,and Peppermint.

We haven't actually tried this one but it has great reviews on Amazon. Some of their flavors are Spearmint,Peppermint Cinnamon,and Fruit.  Their gums are gluten free, wheat free, and corn free.

 

 



Disclaimers:  Like many of my posts, this post contains Amazon affiliate links.  I have turned to purchasing more and more through Amazon since starting the blood type diet.  I have decided to use them as an affiliate site because I trust them and find they can deliver on many of my special shopping needs.

Also, although I try to provide accurate and up to date information, actual product packaging and materials may contain more and different information than what is stated on this website. We recommend that you do not rely solely on the information presented and that you always read labels, warnings, and directions before using or consuming a product. There is some debate on the health risks and benefits of Xylitol. Ask your doctor before using or consuming products sweetened with Xylitol.

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