Is Bread Making You Sick? : Dough Conditioners & Additives

Written by Nicole Schrock - December 11 2015


December 16 2021

Okay so some may not like this comment but honestly the world purposely making us sick, it’s called population control unfortunately, and I no conspiracy theorist person but I completely believe this in my heart

A. Garcia
December 16 2021

Found datem in Kellogg’s rice crispy treats. Probably won’t buy them again.

Jane Cook
July 14 2021

Wide-pan bread bought from Kroger/Fry’s seemed
The answer to my prayers for un-sweet bread so
was very disappointed to find it was sickly sweet.
After half a slice toasted I gave up and have felt
really unwell for the rest of the morning. Datem!

Sioux Blanchard
July 14 2021

Do you sell Bread?
If so, where can I buy it?
I don’t have a home to make homemade bread, but love sandwiches.
I am Resident Manager and Security over 7 acres that has no house.

Lisa J.
March 10 2021

Thank you for the information! Yesterday I got a loaf of ‘freshly baked’ sesame bread from Walmart. I had some last night along with a few other foods, and then had an upset stomach all night. I’ve had their bread before and had no reaction, but it was one of a few suspects. I had a smaller amount of it a little while ago, and started feeling sick right afterwards. So I checked the ingredients. It contains datem, calcium sulfate, ammonium sulfate, and enzymes, along with enriched flour. Some combination of those ingredients doesn’t agree with me. I won’t be having any more of this bread. It smelled & tasted so good – but not good for me.

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