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Yesterday afternoon I had a similar reaction to my mixed nuts. I'm trying to figure out what foods are in play and what aren't. Confusing!

Popcorn, coconut oil, chedder cheese (milk, salt, cheese cultures, enzymes), buttermilk, whey, cheese (monterey jack and swiss), salt, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, disodium phosphate, maltodextrin, natural flavor, artificial flavor, artificial color, monosodium glatamate, lactic acid, beta carotene.

Contains milk and soy ingredients

Produced in a plant that manufactors products with peanuts and tree nuts.

TIA for your insight!

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Maybe your have a milk or soy sensitivity? Sorry I don't know whether PND is an allergic reaction.


Lisa

Gluten Free - August 15, 2004

"Not all who wander are lost" - JRR Tolkien

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Yesterday afternoon I had a similar reaction to my mixed nuts. I'm trying to figure out what foods are in play and what aren't. Confusing!

Popcorn, coconut oil, chedder cheese (milk, salt, cheese cultures, enzymes), buttermilk, whey, cheese (monterey jack and swiss), salt, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, disodium phosphate, maltodextrin, natural flavor, artificial flavor, artificial color, monosodium glatamate, lactic acid, beta carotene.

Contains milk and soy ingredients

Produced in a plant that manufactors products with peanuts and tree nuts.

TIA for your insight!

Symptoms like that was how I discovered my soy allergy.

Good luck to you. :)

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Many people find that they are sensitive to chemicals, especially in the beginning. I can't have MSG now and I usually eat natural food now since I cook everything. I picked up some cool whip yesterday because I was craving it but once I read the label and saw all that stuff that I couldn't pronouce - I put it right back.

I would recommend natural foods in the beginning. Your body is healing and you may find that you can't tolerate chemicals the way you used to.

I thought some roasted nuts could have gluten. Are you sure that the nuts you had were gluten-free?

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