Vegetable glyterin is one of the most common vegetable glycerins found in the supermarket shelves, used to enhance the flavour of baked goods and in the baking process.
It is found in a variety of products such as bread, cheese, bread crumbs, crackers, potato chips and in many fruit juices.
But there are concerns that some people may be allergic to it.
And research published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology suggests that the product may not always be a good idea.
Professor Andrew M. Brown, from the School of Agricultural and Food Chemistry at the University of Queensland, said that while he was not aware of any studies specifically testing the safety of using vegetable glyterins in foods, he had “a lot of concern” about the use of the ingredient.
“Vegetables are very rich in fat and they contain a lot of proteins and fibre, so it’s not uncommon to find it in bread and other foodstuffs,” Professor Brown told ABC Radio Perth.
“So we know that people with allergy issues have been allergic to the protein, so we do know that there are some people who may have an allergy to the fibre.”
If you have allergies, then it’s important to find out if it’s actually safe for you to use it in food.
“Professor Brown said that it was important to remember that a person’s body was designed to process certain types of food and not others.”
The food we eat today is a combination of carbohydrates, proteins, fats and vitamins, and it’s a complex system,” he said.”
In the human body, proteins are essential for the proper functioning of the body and our immune system, so if you have an allergic reaction to proteins, you’re at risk of developing an allergic response to food.
“What you need to know about allergic reactions to foods:What are the symptoms of an allergic reactions?
Anaphylaxis is a reaction to an allergic substance that can cause a person to have difficulty breathing, coughing, swelling of the face or throat, severe swelling of a face, eyes, lips or tongue or trouble breathing.
There are two main types of anaphylactic reactions: anaphase and anaphyseal.
Anaphase reactions are the most serious type, and people are usually rushed to the hospital.
Anaphylax can cause death or serious injury.
An anaphysic reaction can occur even if a person has not been exposed to an allergy.
For example, an allergic person may develop an anaphoretic reaction to a food that has already been eaten and could then react to a new food, Professor Brown said.
What to do if you experience an allergic incident?
The first thing you should do is get checked out by your GP, or contact a doctor if you are unsure about whether you have a food allergy.
If your symptoms persist, contact a health visitor or the emergency department of your nearest hospital.
If you are experiencing an allergic episode, contact your GP or contact your doctor.
Professor Brown says people should keep a record of any allergic symptoms they experience and take steps to minimise any potential reactions.
He said that the most important thing to do was to not use a product for which there is a high risk of an anphylactic reaction.”
That means that the person can’t have a reaction for the first 24 hours and then they should be given the option of discontinuing the product if they feel that they can’t tolerate it any longer,” he explained.
Topics:allergy,allergy-and-diseases-other,food-allergy/disease-control,foods-and/or-cooking,federal—state-issues,australiaFirst posted September 21, 2019 11:50:26Contact Nicola StollContact Lisa P. DicksonMore stories from Western Australia