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  1. RxBars

    Hi, I know that RxBars are for emergency-use only. If in an emergency, what flavors are compliant (I see mixed information on different sites). The RxBar website says that Sea Salt Chocolate is whole30 compliant, but I thought it was only mixed berry, blue berry and coconut. Can you confirm if Sea Salt Chocolate is compliant (if used in an emergency)?
  2. Sulfites

    Phew! Thank you for the quick reply sugarcube!
  3. Sulfites

    My balsamic vinegar is Colavita brand. It's called "Balsamic Vinegar of Modena" and lists the following ingredients: INGREDIENTS: Wine Vinegar, Concentrated Grape Must, Caramel Color. Contains Sulfites. Is this Whole30 Compliant?
  4. Stearic Acid

    Hello, I’d like to buy psyllium husk capsules and the ingredients say cellulose and stearic acid (vegetable source). I saw in another thread cellulose is ok but what about stearic acid? Thanks!
  5. Calcium Phosphate

    Yes, saw that calcium phosphate was mentioned in another article, but don't see calcium lactacte in the additives .pdf. Unless I'm missing something?
  6. Calcium Phosphate

    Hi, just realized I've been using Simply Orange orange juice with calcium and it says it has calcium phosphate and calcium lactacte. Are those whole30 compliant? Contains orange juice, less than 1% of: calcium phosphate* and calcium lactate* (calcium sources), vitamin D3*. *Ingredients not found in regular orange juice. The calcium content per 8 fl. oz. of this product is 35% of the Daily Value (DV); 2% DV in regular orange juice. The vitamin D content per 8 fl. oz. of this product is 25% of the Daily Value (DV); 0% DV in regular orange juice. ** Oranges are not genetically engineered.