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Since alot of talk lately has been on corn and how other diguised 'corn' names have popped up I thought I would list the names from http://www.cornallergens.com ...it is amazing...

Acetic acid
Alcohol
Alpha tocopherol
Artificial flavorings
Artificial sweeteners
Ascorbates
Ascorbic acid
Astaxanthin
Baking powder
Barley malt
Bleached flour
Blended sugar (sugaridextrose)
Brown sugar
Calcium citrate
Calcium fumarate
Calcium gluconate
Calcium lactate
Calcium magnesium acetate (CMA)
Calcium stearate
Calcium stearoyl lactylate
Caramel and caramel color
Carbonmethylcellulose sodium
Cellulose microcrystalline
Cellulose, methyl
Cellulose, powdered
Cetearyl glucoside
Choline chloride
Citric acid
Citrus cloud emulsion (CCS)
Coco glycerides (cocoglycerides)
Confectioners sugar
Corn alcohol, corn gluten
Corn extract
Corn flour
Corn oil, corn oil margarine
Corn starch
Corn sweetener, corn sugar
Corn syrup, corn syrup solids
Corn, popcorn, cornmeal
Cornstarch, cornflour
Crosscarmellose sodium
Crystalline dextrose
Crystalline fructose
Cyclodextrin
DATUM (a dough conditioner)
Decyl glucoside
Decyl polyglucose
Dextrin
Dextrose (also found in IV solutions)
Dextrose anything (such as monohydrate or anhydrous)
d-Gluconic acid
Distilled white vinegar
Drying agent
Erythorbic acid
Erythritol
Ethanol
Ethocel 20
Ethylcellulose
Ethylene
Ethyl acetate
Ethyl alcohol
Ethyl lactate
Ethyl maltol
Fibersol-2
Flavorings
Food starch
Fructose
Fruit juice concentrate
Fumaric acid
Germ/germ meal
Gluconate
Gluconic acid
Glucono delta-lactone
Gluconolactone
Glucosamine
Glucose
Glucose syrup (also found in IV solutions)
Glutamate
Gluten
Gluten feed/meal
Glycerides
Glycerin
Glycerol
Golden syrup
Grits
High fructose corn syrup
Hominy
Honey
Hydrolyzed corn
Hydrolyzed corn protein
Hydrolyzed vegetable protein
Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose
Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose pthalate (HPMCP)
Inositol
Invert syrup or sugar
Iodized salt
Lactate
Lactic acid
Lauryl glucoside
Lecithin
Linoleic acid
Lysine
Magnesium fumarate
Maize
Malic acid
Malonic acid
Malt syrup from corn (barley malt is fine)
Malt, malt extract
Maltitol
Maltodextrin
Maltol
Maltose
Mannitol
Methyl gluceth
Methyl glucose
Methyl glucoside
Methylcellulose
Microcrystaline cellulose
Modified cellulose gum
Modified corn starch
Modified food starch
Molasses (corn syrup may be present; know your product)
Mono and di glycerides
Monosodium glutamate
MSG
Natural flavorings
Olestra/Olean
Polenta
Polydextrose
Polylactic acid (PLA)
Polysorbates (e.g. Polysorbate 80)
Polyvinyl acetate
Potassium citrate
Potassium fumarate
Potassium gluconate
Powdered sugar
Pregelatinized starch
Propionic acid
Propylene glycol
Propylene glycol monostearate
Saccharin
Salt (iodized salt)
Semolina (unless from wheat)
Simethicone
Sodium carboxymethylcellulose
Sodium citrate
Sodium erythorbate
Sodium fumarate
Sodium lactate
Sodium starch glycolate
Sodium stearoyl fumarate
Sorbate
Sorbic acid
Sorbitan
Sorbitan monooleate
Sorbitan tri-oleate
Sorbitol
Sorghum (not all is bad; the syrup and/or grain CAN be mixed with corn)
Starch (any kind that's not specified)
Stearic acid
Stearoyls
Sucrose
Sugar (not identified as cane or beet)
Threonine
Tocopherol (vitamin E)
Treacle (aka golden syrup)
Triethyl citrate
Unmodified starch
Vanilla, natural flavoring
Vanilla, pure or extract
Vanillin
Vegetable anything that's not specific
Vinegar, distilled white
Vinyl acetate
Vitamin C and Vitamin E
Vitamins
Xanthan gum
Xylitol
Yeast
Zea mays
Zein


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thanks Debra!
nice job!

nevertheless Glycerin and
Glycerol although extracted form corn are ok......

we should make a distinction between those corn derived substances causing allergen and not causing allergens......

hope someone knows more on biochemistry to guide us!

we will all turn out expert label readers!! lol



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The citric acid one really gets me.  I just bought some organic tomato paste yesterday and it contained "citric acid", in other words CORN.  And I'll bet it was GMO corn, too, even though the product as a whole was labeled "organic"...come to think of it, I think the citric acid said "(naturally-derived)" after it...but NOT "non-GMO".

I often wonder if the corn lectin itself is in citric acid and ditto for ascorbic acid (vitamin C, derived from CORN *sigh*).  I really wonder about those two.

Anyway:  corn is in everything.  To quote the Frugal Gourmet from a long-ago comment he made about pre-shredded cheese, which I thought was so hilarious (it was in his delivery!) and apt:  "It's an evil plot to destroy our culture!"  Same thing applies to sticking corn into everything.

Actually, it is an evil plot to use up an over-abundance of a cheap, addictive ingredient, that's what it is...but anyhooo...


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Quoted from debra
[quote=debra] Baking powder, Brown sugar, Fructose, Gluten, Honey, Lecithin, Lysine


Honey ... Lecithin ... etc ... also contains corn ???????


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you just have to check the source, first.


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This is also overwhelming ... geez !!
http://www.cornallergens.com/list/avoid-corn-products.php


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How can honey be made from corn?


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I think they sometimes "stretch" the honey with corn syrup.

Glucosamine??? Would it say on the bottle? Oy. We've been sucking down alot of that lately. Helps protect joints from creakiness and skin from rashiness. Like I said. Oy.


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Quoted from outdoordrea
How can honey be made from corn?


Impossible ... however; maybe they add corn for longevity ??
Who knows what people do nowawdays to make foods last longer ...  


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Quoted from ironwood55

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Thanks for fixing it for me MoDon...sorry people...it does work the other way for me. †

Very important to check your sources...not just the labels, but the companies themselves. †Lots of ways to hide the darn stuff.

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It is good to be aware of these corn lists. However, we do not know from a BTD perspective if these items made from corn are a problem or not.



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The sweetness of Honey is due mostly to an Equimolar blend of Fructose and Glucose.
Besides the extra 10% of other ingredients, when kept to around 18% Water, is the common Honey of North America.

So by be evacuting the extra water from Golden Syrup {Invert Sugar Syrup} - You essentially have "Honey". In other words Table Sugar {Sucrose} breaks down into Glucose and Fructose with heat and Acid {Citric, Tartaric, etc.}, and since it now contians 2 separate sugar molecules from a single Sucrose it is TWICE as sweet - good for commerce.

Honey in the US is allowed to have Water and "Sweeteners" as ingredients. So never trust Blended Honey or common Honey on the Shelf, or who knows Creamed Honey, as who know how much actual  Honey is really in it.


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...jesses this isn't allowed here honey must be 100% purest honey; and if not it must be very clearly marked on the label
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The sweetness of Honey is due mostly to an Equimolar blend of Fructose and Glucose.
Besides the extra 10% of other ingredients, when kept to around 18% Water, is the common Honey of North America.

So by be evacuting the extra water from Golden Syrup {Invert Sugar Syrup} - You essentially have "Honey". In other words Table Sugar {Sucrose} breaks down into Glucose and Fructose with heat and Acid {Citric, Tartaric, etc.}, and since it now contians 2 separate sugar molecules from a single Sucrose it is TWICE as sweet - good for commerce.

Honey in the US is allowed to have Water and "Sweeteners" as ingredients. So never trust Blended Honey or common Honey on the Shelf, or who knows Creamed Honey, as who know how much actual  Honey is really in it.



That's really discouraging ...  


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I'm so glad to not have a life-threatening corn allergy...some do and it's really tough.

For me it's something to do with the fermentation reaction, as not all corn derivatives bother me, but other things that get fermented into the same end-product do not bother me (soy-derived citric acid for instance), pretty strange stuff.


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The worst part is that at any given moment during our lifetime we can become allergic to anything ...  


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...jesses this isn't allowed here honey must be 100% purest honey; and if not it must be very clearly marked on the label


Neither here

I make all my own honey anyway- my bees are alive- they were out flying for the fist time yesterday.

However before Europeans get all freaked out !!!

I have double checked several of the things on the list
- and in Europe/Scandinavia †a lot of theese things are not corn based!
- like xylitol, baking powder,sugars and more.

However I have NO doubt that eventually they will be corn based some day soon... all the bad stuff always seem to spread.


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The worst part is that at any given moment during our lifetime we can become allergic to anything ... †

Usually allergies develop during periods of stress or trauma...  The more intense or repetitive the "problem", the stronger the allergy record for those allergens grows.


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Thank you for sharing this 'corn by-product' list with us.

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Wow., That seems impossible to keep track of. Imagine looking for that list of names on every ingredient of everyhing you buy. They should not be allowed to disguise the names like that.
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Wow., That seems impossible to keep track of. Imagine looking for that list of names on every ingredient of everyhing you buy. They should not be allowed to disguise the names like that.


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If you buy your honey at the health food store and scrutinize the label, it almost definitely will NOT contain corn syrup. †I never heard of companies adding corn syrup to honey, but then, nothing that the food industry does surprises me. †However, if you buy a good brand of honey and the label says pure honey, it is pure honey. †The only kind that would have corn syrup added would be the most mainstream brands of highly processed honey and, in those cases, I'll bet that nowhere on the label does it say "pure honey" or "100% honey". †Look for a brand that does say that. †End of problema. †Because real honey, of course, does not contain corn.

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As well, in regards to corn by-products, if any food item contains less than two percent of an ingredient, by law, the company or manufacturer is not required to list the ingredient on the food label.

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