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Saz

Member Since 12 Sep 2006
Offline Last Active Dec 17 2014 11:45 PM
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#857187 Australians And New Zealanders Hellooooooo :)

Posted by Saz on 06 March 2013 - 05:40 AM

Are Panadol mini caps gluten free? Anyone had any experiences with them?

 

According to their website they are gluten-free. Check medication boxes carefully, it is often written on them somewhere- just not anywhere obvious.

As with foods, it is best to always check each time that the product is still ok. Also when checking websites for ingredients ensure it is the site for whatever country you are buying the product from. Also if overseas read the ingredients before buying the product even if it seems to be exactly the same.

 

Don't mean to sound like I'm treating you like a idiot- I just noticed you are a new member and not sure if you are new to gluten-free as well.


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#736319 Australians And New Zealanders Hellooooooo :)

Posted by Saz on 04 October 2011 - 06:09 PM

If it says gluten free on the label then you are right it overrides whatever is listed in the ingredients as they will be so highly processed like the glucose syrup they no longer contain gluten. According to my ingredients book the highly processed ones are:
1. glucose syrup from wheat
2. Caramel colour (150) from wheat
3. Dextrose from wheat.

I believe they put the warning on because some very sensitive people with Coeliac do react to it. I'm not sure about people who just have to avoid wheat.
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