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My question: Is it okay to eat something (like nuts or any other food) that is compliant to the Whole30 but says at the very bottom of the label "MAY contain traces of soy, wheat, lactose etc... When in front of no other choices because of being outside the house with no snacks in hand, is it a case of starting over the Whole30 when eating those nuts? I didn't do it but was so hungry that I felt dizzy. Thank you for answering me!

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Those usually are basically allergy disclaimers. If it's not listed as an actual ingredient, I wouldn't worry, personally. But, one of the mods might have a more refined answers.

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A few people answered on the forum, they say it's only a warning for people with allergies, as long as they are not in the ingredients list, it's okay. Good luck! I'm finishing Day 18, not always easy but hope it will be worth it. Still waiting for the magic...

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