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DS has what appears to be a dairy allergy, so I have cut diary from my diet. In looking at the non dairy creamers, they still have caseinate, so I was wondering if any non dairy eating moms out there still have problems with it?
This is what International Delight has to say about the caseinates: Q: Why is International Delight called a non-dairy product when it contains sodium caseinate, a milk derivative?
A: Although sodium caseinate is a milk derivative, the process of manufacturing sodium caseinate is significantly different from that of other dairy ingredients; therefore the FDA still classifies this component as a non-dairy ingredient.
I'm hoping that the protien is changed enough during manufacturing, not to affect Goerge if I were to have some on occation.
My son has a milk protein allergy and I use the So Delicious coconut creamer. I like the original and the french vanilla flavor. It gives your coffee that nice creamy color unlike rice or almond milk. My son can't tolerate soy either...I tried soy milk in my coffee and he broke out in hives. Allergies are no fun. Good luck!
Thanks for the reply! After I posted this DS had a larger amount of blood in his diaper despite his symptoms improving so we are also cutting out soy now. Hope it helps, if he does have soy issues, I think they are minor in comparison to his dairy issues.