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 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.
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)
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