Possible Additive Problems (Feingold Diet)

>> Thursday, January 8, 2009

I'm back with more of the additives from the Feingold Diet. Again, these were taken from the book, "Why Can't My Child Behave?" by: Jane Hersey. These additives are a possible problem for Feingold dieters, although you may not be sensitive to any, a few, or all. Test each one for tolerance. The list includes:

Autolyzed yeast
Benzoic acid
Benzoate of soda
Calcium caseinate
Calcium propionate
Corn sweetner, corn syrup
Ethyl vanillin
Glumatic acid
High flavored yeast
High frutose corn syrup
Hydrolyzed oat flour
Hydrolyzed protein/vegetable/plant protein
Malt extract
Monoammonium glutamate
MSG (monosodum glutamate)
Natural flavoring( may contain MSG/salicylates)
Plant protein extract
Potassium bisulfite
Postassium sulfite
Sodium benzoate
Sodium bisulfite
Sodium caseinate
Sodium metabisufite
Sodium nitrite/nitrate
Sodium sulfate
Soybean extract
Sulfer dioxide
textured soy protein
torula yeast
yeast extract

Thank you all for reading, and I hope that you will reconsider what is in your cabinets. I know I do. Remember it matters what you put into your body to nourish it. Either science food or real food. It is your choice.

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