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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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We had ham steaks last night, and I had leftovers for lunch and ran to the bathroom around 2.

Hatfield says it's gluten-free. This is the ham ingredient list:

Traditional Ham Steak

Cured with Water, Contains less than 2% of Salt, Sugar, Potassium Lactate, Dextrose, Sodium Phosphate, Potassium Chloride, Sodium Diacetate, Sodium Erythorbate, Sodium Nitrite

Is there any chance there's milk product in there somewhere? I read that potassium lactate is not derived from dairy, but other Web sites (of dubious reliability) say that it is.

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what else did you eat with it?

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I am not celiac (husband is) but I am severely lactose intolerant and I avoid foods with Potassium Lactate as I feel that they bother me.....I am not sure but would Potassium Lactate be considered a derivitive of lactose? And lactose would prompt diarrhea and stomach/intestine gas and churning....

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Update: I believe now it was the potatoes on the side. I definitely seem to have a nightshade intolerance.

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Potassium lactate doesn't have anything to do with lactose even though the name sounds similar.

Pauliina

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Update: I believe now it was the potatoes on the side. I definitely seem to have a nightshade intolerance.

I too have troubles with the red ones but seem to tolerate the white Idaho's ok, so try them I always thought it was what I cooked them in but I have always used Great Value Oils and They have always been gluten-free just didn't know it til now lol

So check them out and let me know how u do :)

Good Luck!

Bea

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I just ate some ham and roast beef (Kretschmar - lunch meat) and feel my stomach cramp up just like when I was eating gluten before I knew I had celiac disease! there is deffinately something in the lunch meat they are not labeling. It made me sick and im fine with milk and cheese and nuts so its deffinately gluten!

here are the ingredients they list.

but something must be missing.

im going to contact them too.

dextros salt

sodium lactate

potasium lactate

sodium phosphates

sod...erthorbate

sod... diacetate

cultured corn syrup

I have been so good to avoid gluten...I did drink a couple beers last week and was fine, so there is something wrong with lunch meat!

We had ham steaks last night, and I had leftovers for lunch and ran to the bathroom around 2.

Hatfield says it's gluten-free. This is the ham ingredient list:

Traditional Ham Steak

Cured with Water, Contains less than 2% of Salt, Sugar, Potassium Lactate, Dextrose, Sodium Phosphate, Potassium Chloride, Sodium Diacetate, Sodium Erythorbate, Sodium Nitrite

Is there any chance there's milk product in there somewhere? I read that potassium lactate is not derived from dairy, but other Web sites (of dubious reliability) say that it is.

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