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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Is Whey Ok?
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Is whey gluten-free?

Also is "glutamate" gluten-free? I would assume it's not because it starts with glut, but I haven't seen it listed anywhere. It seems like every soup has glutamate in it!

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Whey is fine......I know it's some form of milk, such as a protein.....can't remember what part of the milk...anyway, always gluten-free.

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You really don't want to know about whey...it's a very weird consistency...but it is gluten free but NOT dairy free. It IS dairy, actually.

As for glutamate, not a clue what that is (other than it's usually preceded by mono-sodium...)

Bridget

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According to the ingredient lists here, glutamate is gluten-free.

richard

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