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can somone tell me the food additives that are derived from meat? i want to know so that when i start to look at labels i know what to avoid. is it more expensive or less expensive than a diet with meat? thanx if u can help me.
Always watch out for geletin!!! It can be hidden in some foods that you don't expect (cereals for example, like frosted mini wheats). If you eat cheese, don't eat cheeses with rennet and make sure they have microbial enzymes, not animal enzymes. As far as the vitamins added to foods go, I'm not really sure about those.... Maybe do a google search for further help you out.
milk derived: casein, whey, lactic acid, skim milk powder...etc
meat derived: rennet, gelatin, mono- and di-glycerides, tallow, lard, "natural flavors," shortening, etc
Sodium Casienate= milk derived. Urea= Urine and other bodily fluids, found in baked goods, pretzels. Whey
This was actually posted in another topic. :P It takes a while, but eventually it becomes second nature to read product labels. Good luck!
Urea= Urine and other bodily fluids, found in baked goods, pretzels.
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