UPDATE: The winner is domestic diva lovelydomesticdiva@. Congratulations!
A few months ago we experimented with taking dairy out of my daughter’s diet to see if that was the cause of her extreme constipation and lack of weight gain. Sure enough, when we removed all dairy from her diet, both of those problems cleared up. In January my 2.5 year old only weighed 24 pounds. Now, in April, she is up to 26 pounds.
For the most part, the transition to a dairy free diet has been fairly easy for her. She feels so much better, even when others are eating her old favorite, macaroni and cheese, she has no trouble resisting.
I have been dairy free myself since last August, so I had a great deal of knowledge of what she could and could not eat. If I did not have this knowledge, transitioning her might have been difficult, especially during holidays like Easter. However, I had the opportunity to review Go Max Go vegan candy bars (see my full review here), so I know first hand that they are delicious. If they weren’t marked as dairy free, I never would have believed it. They are as tasty (I think even tastier) than regular candy bars.
This year, my son, who is not dairy free, and my daughter both will be receiving Go Max Go candy bars in their Easter baskets. They won’t be disappointed!
Go Max Go Foods has graciously agreed to give one lucky winner a sample pack of the four candy bars pictured above.
To enter, either go to the Go Max Go Foods site and leave a comment here tell me one thing you learned OR leave a comment telling me how you typically find out about new products on the market.
Additional methods of entry:
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This giveaway will end on April 25, 2011 at 11:59 p.m. The winner will be chosen via random.org.
Please note–These bars are great for people who are dairy intolerant but not necessarily dairy allergic because they are manufactured in a shared facility that does process dairy items. Go Max Go bars are manufactured on dedicated days that dairy is not used. However, there is the possibility of cross contamination as equipment is shared.