Monday, October 24, 2011

Milk can be found WHERE?

First of all, click here.
This website isn't aesthetically appealing and for a studio arts major it was almost an instant turn off. But, major BUT here! The information this link provides is eye opening and may be life saving to a severely casein allergic person!

The list goes on and On and ON!

Milk Protein can be found in several Dentistry products, Toothpastes, in some latex gloves, gums, sunscreens, cosmetics, lotions, medications, trans fats, and vegetable wax too. Scary.

This site explains that companies are not regulated to label for allergen traces. The warning "May Contain" is voluntary, not mandatory. That's why I have been known to spend whole nap times writing Thank You e-mails to companies that provide safe and efficient labeled products.

Duncan Hines box cakes are generally safe (I say generally because you can't just assume they are and not read the label every time). Companies change their recipes quite often. Companies manufacture in different facilities.

Oreos are a favorite that are casein free!

Pillsbury Aerosol Icing Cans seem to be safe.

Marshmallows are a favorite safe splurge.

Hershey's Chocolate Syrup- casein free!

This is an ill organized post. I was just trying to get the infomation down- quick.
For more information make sure to click on the link at the top of the page.

If you'd like to read about how We Must be Our Own Advocates, give it a click too!

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