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JAJameson2010

Dymatize Nutrition - Elite Gourmet Protein Whey & Casein Blend Powder Vanilla

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Sorry for being a bit of a moron about reading labels... I've been not doing so well for the past 6 weeks and it's finally dawned on my that it may be gluten that's causing this. So I'm going to try 2 weeks with zero gluten and see where that gets me. So I'm mourning the loss of my bread right now LOL\

 

I'm going through my stuff in the house and trying to understand what has gluten and what doesn't. I can't figure out if this protien stuff has it.... I usually mix this with soem spinach, milk, and frozen fruit for a breakfast smoothy.

 

Could someone please let me know if it's safe for me to use for breakfast? Thanks for any help! (and any tips on how to read labels...)

 

 

 

Dymatize Nutrition - Elite Gourmet Protein Vanilla Creme - 5 lbs. Supplement Facts Serving Size: 1 scoop (31g) Servings Per Container: 73+     Amount Per Serving %DV   Calories 120     Calories from Fat 15     Total Fat 1.5 g 2%   Saturated Fat 0.5 g 4%   Trans Fat 0 g     Total Carbohydrate 5 g 2%   Dietary Fiber 0 g 0%   Sugars 0g     Cholesterol 20 mg 6%   Protein 21 g     Sodium 75 mg 3%   Vitamin A   0%   Vitamin C   2%   Calcium   25%   Iron   2%   *Daily Value Not Established.
†Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your diet values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.   Other Ingredients: Whey Protein Matrix (Whey Protein Concentrate, Whey Protein Isolate, Whey Peptides), Milk Protein Matrix (Milk Protein, Containing Micelular Caseines & Caseinates, Calcium Caseinates), Natural and Artificial Flavors, Soybean Oil, Guar Gum, Potassium Chloride, Acesulfame-Potassium, Sucralose. Contains Milk and Soy.

 

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nope, no gluten in your drink mix - however, if you are sensitive to milk/dairy/casein or soy, that is clearly labeled.  new allergy labeling makes it alot easier to determine if something has wheat or other common offenders in it.  ie:  if it doesn't say 'wheat' in the ingredients but something in the product is derived from wheat, it is supposed to say it at the bottom of the ingredients like this:

 

contains:  wheat (or eggs, milk, nuts, etc....)  

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Oh thanks so much! That makes reading labels a lot easier and makes sense. I sure hope it's not a milk and dairy thing. The lack of ice cream may be the end of me! :rolleyes:  Luckily my coconut run is gluten safe.

 

I'll start my morning breakfast smoothies again tomorrow morning :)

 

I haven't had any tummy cramping or pain so far today so maybe it is a gluten sensitivity. It's going to be an interesting 2 weeks. 

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