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JUNE FEINGOLD FAMILY PAGES
The chlorine-based products used in most
swimming pools can cause reactions in some
Feingold members.  Although the indoor pools
are generally the worst offenders since the
chlorine gasses are trapped inside the
building, some people have trouble with
outdoor pools as well. There are chlorine-free
options; check with your pool supply dealer for
the various devices and products available.  
Some people avoid chlorine by having salt
water pools. One member suggests you first
wet your skin in a shower so less chlorinated
water is absorbed. Another member, who used
to be a lifeguard, suggests making sure that
the pH of the pool is properly adjusted.  When
the pH is correct, much less chlorine comes
out of the water to be inhaled.
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Father Day
is
June 16th
Items needed:
1 cup of water
1/4 cup of brown sugar
1/4 tsp dry of yeast
1 2-liter bottle without lid

HOW:
1. Cut the plastic bottle in half.
2. Mix brown sugar with hot water. Let cool. When cold, pour
in the bottom half of the bottle.
3. Add the yeast. No need to mix. It creates carbon dioxide,
which attracts mosquitoes.
4. Place the funnel part, upside down, into the other half of the
bottle, taping them together if desired.
5. Wrap the bottle with something black, leaving the top
uncovered, and place it outside in an area away from your
normal gathering area. (Mosquitoes are also drawn to the
color black.)
Flag Day
is
June 14th
Potential Summer Problems
Every season holds its own set
of problems. Summer is no
different.  Here is what to look
out for:

  • Freshly paved asphalt
    streets and parking lots,
    oiled roads and tar on
    roof.

  • Freshly mowed grass.

  • Gardening chemicals and
    fertilizers.
Electronic Search
to be
Available This Summer!
I am happy to tell you that our new Electronic
Search will be available this summer!  You will
be able to use it on your computer, ipads and
smart phones.  This Search will give
you information on every product that is in our
database.  If a product has been researched by
the Feingold Association,  it will be in this
database under Stage One, Stage Two,
Fragrance Stage One, Fragrance Stage Two,
Discontinued, Not Accepted or Removed.

You can look up accepted products that are
Gluten Free and Casein Free. You can look up
Mail Order products and can even go to that
company's website from the search. You can
look up products that are free of corn
sweeteners, sulfites, benzoates, MSG/HVP,
natural smoke and nitrites/nitrates.  

All the information that you have been looking
for will be listed.  Keep an eye out for the
announcement and directions on how to use
this exciting new tool!

Every current Feingold Member will receive the
Search at no extra cost.  If you have let your
active membership expire,  this is a good time
to renew by clicking
RENEWAL  
If you travel a long
distance in the summer
to shop for cold foods,
don't forget to bring
along a cooler with ice!  
This keeps everything
nice and cold until you
can get it home.
Traveling With Food in
the Summer
Adam, Luke and Ethan Brucker
Swimming
Pool
Chemicals
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Home Made Mosquito Trap
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Russell Levy - 53  happily on the
Program since 1977.
Alison Edward's Kids