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  1. I have a Celestial Honey Vanilla Chamomile, caffeine free herbal tea. The ingredients say that it has "natural honey flavor with other natural flavors". Is this compliant or not? It does NOT say soy letchin anywhere, just "natural honey flavor with other natural flavors". Is this compliant or not?
  2. Hello, I'm trying to decipher if Polar Seltzer is Whole30 approved. The ingredients listed on the bottle, Polar website, and Polar Facebook say it only includes Natural Flavors. On their Facebook, Polar says, "One of the most common questions we receive via our customer service line is about our ingredients. All Polar Seltzer are crafted with the following ingredients: 1. Locally sourced WATER that is triple-filtered using the lasted reverse osmosis technology to create the optimal "canvas' onto which the flavors are painted. 2. Our signature BUBBLES are created by dissolving CO2 into the water at extremely high pressure at a temperature just above freezing. Not too little, not too much. 3. Our NATURAL FLAVORS are the very precious essential oils that carry flavors and aroma in foods. They are protected from making contact with oxygen during bottling to prevent oxidization. (We want these premium ingredients to arrive to you perfectly fresh-tasting.) NO artificial sweeteners NO sugars NO sodium NO salt NO carbs NO calories" Are these essential oils Whole30 approved? Thank you! Laura
  3. I'm on Day 28 of my Whole30 and plan on continuing for at least another 30 days. I've found I'm becoming even more picky about ingredients than is required by the Whole30. I'm even starting to question the "citric acid" in my canned tomatoes! (Is it really necessary? Can I find canned tomatoes without it?) But I digress -- I know natural flavors are allowed on the Whole30, but I find I increasingly don't want to eat stuff when I don't really know what it is. I feel like adding "Natural Flavors" to an ingredient list is just the manufacturer wanting to hide something, which makes me think I shouldn't eat it. Am I taking this Whole30 thing too far and becoming paranoid? What do you think? How do you find a comfortable balance between the "rules" and "real life?"
  4. I keeps seeing "Natural Flavors" as an ingredient on labels that are compliant up until I reach that item. (I see it on non-compliant items as well) What does it mean? And is it "compliant" or should I just steer clear of anything that says this? And if I've already eaten something that says "natural flavors" should I start over?