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If you eat these additives once a week or more, you may appear to have a chronic rash.
I could have saved the 00 that I spent at the specialists.Reactions to ribonucleotides are difficult to identify because they are not a true allergy.They can occur within minutes or can be delayed for hours or even days.FSANZ policy is that people who are affected should read labels and avoid the food additives which affect them.Although this sounds reasonable, unfortunately, the majority of people who are affected by ribonucleotides - and their health advisors - don't realize the cause of their problem and therefore can't choose to avoid them.At present in Australia there is no government-funded institution that is prepared to accept consumer complaints about adverse reactions to food additives.
The government regulator Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) doesn't want to know - see their The latest report of a reaction to flavour enhancer 635 involves commercial rotisseried chicken.
Remember that reactions can occur up to 30 hours later or more.
A woman ate rotisseried chicken on Friday evening, started itching in bed on Saturday night and got up on Sunday morning to find she was covered in an unbearable itchy rash.
-Flavour enhancer 635 (ribonucleotides) was approved in Australia in December 1994.
This new additive is a combination of disodium guanylate (627, originally isolated from sardines, now made from yeasts) and disodium inosinate (631, originally isolated from the Bonito fish, now made from yeasts)Food Flavor Enhancers Disodium Inosinate (DSI or IMP), Disodium Guanylate (DSG or GMP), and the combination of IMP and GMP (I&G). Reactions can range from a single itchy rash to life-threatening swelling of the lips and tongue.
Not for babies and young children--Ribonucleotides are not permitted in foods intended specifically for infants and young children, and people who must avoid purines for conditions such as gout are advised to avoid these additives. If you eat these additives once a week or more, you may appear to have a chronic rash.