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Nightshades in Mono and Diglycerides ?

Answered on April 13, 2014
Created April 12, 2014 at 1:29 AM

Of course no one should eat prepared foods with Mono and Diglycerides, but is there any chance that Mono and Diglycerides could contain any nightshades? I'm trying really hard to try nightshade free for 2 months and don't want hidden nightshades to mess me up

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Mike

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on April 13, 2014
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I imagine it is the alkaloids in nightshades you are trying to eliminate. Mono and di-glycerides are fatty acids attached to a carbon backbone. They are as such, chemically dissimilar to nightshade (or any other for that matter) alkaloid.

Short answer: they're fine for your situation

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