What is Non-Dairy Creamer Made Of? Nothing Good.
For those of us that love a little cream and sugar we might want to consider not making our coffee with non-dairy creamer. Gizmodo has done a little research and found chemicals and yucky stuff galore. The chemicals, oils, sugars and milk products - yes you read that right - MILK PRODUCTS in NON-DAIRY creamer is alarming. Check out the full list below and also remember Coconut and Almond milk are great alternatives along with Rice and Soy milk.
Here are some of the ingredients in Non-Dairy Creamer...
- Corn Syrup
- Dipotassium Phosphate
- Mono- and Diglycerides
- Natural Flavors
- Palm Oil
- Sodium Caseinate
- Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate
Full read over at Gizmodo
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Posted by Jay Brewer at May 2, 2014 7:31 AM
I don't know if anyone ever watched "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" but my wife was a big fan as a kid. Anyway, found this little bit of interesting info:
The “Midnight Dust” that the Society threw on the fire at the top of every episode was actually non-diary creamer.“That stuff is petroleum based and burns!”