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Hi as anyone ever read about ,e numbers affecting Crohns ,especialy  Tween 80, e number e432, emusifiers in foods, i have only just Googled it, polysorbate ,they go from E432 to E 436, i have been trying to find out which foods contain Polysorbate, and googling polysorbate think i just might avoid it see if it helps

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    Hi, I haven't heard about it. What foods should I avoid?

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      Hi steph  bread main one ,plus milk not that good either for crohns,plus bread has glyphate weed killer to dry the weet so it cuts easily when harvesting .

       Polysorbate is a emusifier in certain foods ice cream ect ect

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      Hi Stephaney, I too eat bread,ice cream not to keen on cheese,

       It was only my reseach on the net on wiki , i have always been big bread eater, but when Consultant says he wants to cut part of my bowel away , i thought i would try see if some how help myself ,

        the thing that got me thinking was how bread can stay fresh for long peroids when i was young you had to buy bread nearly every day, and how butter/margarine can be so soft straight from fridge,Ice cream so soft strait from freezer, Milk the same , thats how i started then came up with EMUSIFIERS  e numbers(well i didn't google did)

         i will give it ago try aviod these things for few weeks see if it helps.

          All this started because my granddaughter watching BAKE OFF making bread we made a loaf eat some then left in fridge next to store bought loaf after one day ours could be used as a sledge hammerlol. thanks for replying Stephaney .

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