It is in so many foods and creams, toothpaste,toilet paper, tissues, and then it's in medicines... dental and most liquid meds. has anyone had this issue and how did they find safe foods.which foods were there favorite go to
Glycerin or glycerol is commonly used in topical formulas and products as you describe and is also used as a type of sweetener or preservative in food products. Dairy products, including cheese, yoghurt and powdered milk or cream, are among the potential sources of glycerin. Check the ingredients list to verify whether individual products contain glycerin. Any processed food is a potential source of glycerin. Again check the label. If you'd like to avoid glycerin, opt for fresh fruits, vegetables, meat, chicken or fish, (or those frozen without any added sauces).
- Glycerin Information for Consumers
- Glycerin Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Glycerin (detailed)
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