Is it Alpha Gal friendly? Made Good Granola Bar Mixed Berry

Is it Alpha Gal friendly? Made Good Granola Bar Mixed Berry

This product hasthat may not be alpha gal friendly.


Pure gluten free oats*, agave syrup*, brown rice syrup*, brown rice crisps*, sunflower oil*, invert cane syrup*, raisins*, gluten free oat flour*, dried cranberries* (apple juice concentrate*, cranberries*, sunflower oil*), zante currants*, freeze dried raspberries*, vegetable extracts (spinach, broccoli, carrots, tomatoes, beets, shiitake mushrooms), natural flavor*, agar*, salt. *organic


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What is the Alpha Gal friendly diet?

Alpha Gal is a sugar found in most mammalian meats like beef, pork, rabbit, lamb and venison. Alpha Gal Syndrome is a condition that develops following a tick bite. People with Alpha Gal Syndrome can experience anaphylactic, life-threatening reactions to alpha gal and need to avoid mammalian ingredients. The Fig app is a great way to build your Alpha Gal shopping list. It's always best to work with your doctor or dietitian to understand your unique needs.

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