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  1. Dawn Marie

    Sunflower lecithin?

    I've searched for this in the forum, but couldn't find much. Many of the teas I've been looking at contain sunflower lecithin, is this okay?
  2. I am on day 15 of my whole30 and just noticed that there is SOY LECITHIN in the Enzymatic Therapy Acidophilus Pearls that I have been taking for years!! Plus, may contain a minimal amount of residual milk protein: Other ingredients: vegatable oil (palm and coconut) fish gelatin (Tilapia), vegetable glycerin, soy lecithin, and pectin. May contain a minimal amount of residual milk protein. I take one pearl every evening. I thought I was doing so well with absolutely no cheating, but now I am concerned that all of my hard work has gone to waste Do I need to start over?? Monique
  3. Ellen Kelly

    Unsweetend almond milk?

    Here are the ingredients for Silk Pure Almond Milk (Unsweetened): INGREDIENTS: Almondmilk (Filtered Water, Almonds), Sea Salt, Locust Bean Gum, Sunflower Lecithin, Gellan Gum, Natural Flavor. I saw that we are not allowed to have carageenan, MSG or sulfites.... but Silk Pure Almond Milke (Unsweetened) has Sunflower Lecithin and it says the product is free of dairy, soy, gluten, lactose, cholesterol, eggs, casein, MSG and worries. Is it approved as something we can drink? Thanks! Ellen http://silk.com/prod...inal-almondmilk