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  1. ... detect the presence of intestinal parasites. A weighted gelatin capsule attached to a string is swallowed and left in place. After about 4 hours, the gelatin capsule is pulled out of the stomach by ...
  2. Delicious Heart-Healthy Latino Recipes Easy-to-Read From the National Institutes of Health (National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute) - PDF - In English and Spanish  
    ... 1 package (8-serving size) sugar-free cherry gelatin n ½ teaspoon cinnamon n 1 20-ounce ... boiling water into a large bowl. Add the gelatin and cinnamon to 1. boiling water. Stir for ...
  3. ... cup ½ to 2 22 to 0 Pudding/Gelatin Gelatin ½ cup 9 Instant Regular Pudding*½ cup ...
  4. Other Allergens (Food Allergy Research & Education)  
    ... exhaustive, allergic reactions have been reported to: Corn Gelatin Meat (beef, chicken, mutton, and pork) Seeds (sesame, ... advised to also avoid poultry, and vice versa. Gelatin Allergy Gelatin is a protein that is formed ...
  5. Overview of Food Ingredients, Additives and Colors (Food and Drug Administration)  
    ... snack foods margarine, cheese, soft drinks, jams/jellies, gelatins, pudding and pie fillings) FD&C Blue Nos. ... flavors (natural and synthetic) Pudding and pie fillings, gelatin dessert mixes, cake mixes, salad dressings, candies, soft ...
  6. Who Should Not Get Vaccinated with These Vaccines? (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)  
    ... reaction to any component of the vaccine, including gelatin or the antibiotic neomycin. Tell the doctor if ... ever had a life-threatening allergic reaction to gelatin, the antibiotic neomycin, or any other component of ...
  7. ... is often helpful to call the manufacturer. Vaccines — Gelatin, egg, and chicken products may be used in ... of certain vaccines. (See "Allergic reactions to vaccines" .) Gelatin — Gelatin is included in measles, mumps, rubella (MMR), ...
  8. Dining Out with Confidence (National Kidney Foundation)  
    ... noodles; grated cheese in moderation; coleslaw; macaroni salad; gelatin salads; cottage cheese; canned peaches or pears; canned ... special. Remember, some desserts, such as fruit ice, gelatin and sherbet must be counted as fluids. If ...
  9. ... cereal Mashed potatoes Noodle or rice soup Saltines Gelatin (such as Jell-O) Graham crackers Many foods ... you are not throwing up) ½ cup regular gelatin/Jell-O 1 cup yogurt (not frozen), sugar- ...
  10. Travelers' Health: Traveling Safely with Infants and Children (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)  
    ... sugars, such as soft drinks, undiluted apple juice, gelatins, and presweetened cereals, can exacerbate diarrhea by osmotic ... can be asked to pulverize tablets and prepare gelatin capsules with calculated pediatric doses. Mixing the powder ...
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