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we use rice dream. acidopholous is a bacteria found in the gut.
luvmyboys

Sorry I dont know about rice milk. Does Enjoy Life Foods offer that maybe? You might want to check the local health food store. Whole Foods Market carries allergen-free foods.

Be careful about believing everything you read. While there have been some studies linking soy and breast cancer-I would do research before taking it out of your diet entirely. Too much of anything is not good-but soy can have some benefits depending on your diet.

That being said-I cant give you a name of a rice milk that is ""known"" free of allergens, youll probably want to call to check on manufacturing practices..

Rice Dream makes Almond Dream but I dont know if its a shared facility.

http://www.tastethedream.com/

You can also ck out the godairyfree blog

http://www.godairyfree.org/Dairy-Substitutes/Milk-Subs-Low-fat-Nonfat/Ri...

And my site http://www.bestallergysites.com has other sites and blog listings that deal with dairy allergies.

Hope that helps!
Ruth

Yes, youre right. Im sure in moderation it can be alright.
I appreciate your help and will definitely check out the sites.
Thank you!

Angela

In Canada, I use Natur-A rice milk (although havent been using any in the last 6months)... I called them once and they were made in a nut-free faiclity. Rice Dream makes me nervous for some reason, so I dont go near it...

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