I'm very confused on: Sulfites vs. Sulfates vs. Sulfur vs. thiols. When I googled low sulfur diet, I came up with this list of foods: http://www.livingnetwork.co.za/chelationnetwork/food/high-sulfur-sulphur-food-list/ However, they are... (more)
I can testify that my rare headaches (perhaps ten in my whole life) were always related to sulfites. Since 2008 I brew my own wine and drink only that. No headache since.
How bad is this? I love creamed coconut and dried coconut flakes, but sometimes the only ones I can find have sulphur dioxide as an additive (no other additives though). I'm guessing this is not ideal, but does anyone know about... (more)
I have read several places online that if you do not tolerate sulfur foods that you need to be careful with folic acid supplementation. Can someone summarize what that issue is? I am heterozygous for C677T, which I understand... (more)
I still purchase bottled ReaLemon lemon juice from time to time to keep on-hand (they had jugs of it on sale at Costco last time i needed any and it was cheaper than buying a pile of lemons) for cooking and splashing into water or tea. I somehow... (more)
If you don't have a sulphite sensitivity (and in truth, it's a minority who do), then polish off the bottle. If the idea bothers you, don't buy it again. Sulphite sensitivity isn't widespread.
My question pertains to sulfite content in foods, commonly used as a preservative. I have been consuming alot of shredded coconut and a variety of spices all of which have sulfites listed on the package contents. Does anyone out there know whether... (more)
I thought sulfites were commonly used as a preservative on things such as potato chips & corn chips. However, as I was browsing around looking for a potato chip made with olive or coconut oil, it occurred to me that I didn't see sulfites... (more)
I have the sense that it's only listed if added, not as part of a sub-ingredient, unless the overall level exceeds 10ppm