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Lot: 5977 (included in this bag)
Valisure Analysis
Dosage: 500 mg (± 5%)
Active Ingredient: Acetaminophen
Spectral Match: Yes
Major Inactive Ingredients
Sodium Starch Glycolate
Corn Starch
NDMA Not Detected
NDEA Not Detected
DMF Not Detected
Disintegration Test Pass
Drug Release Time <2 hours
Approved Kaury Kucera, PhD

Valisure is a proud sponsor of the Celiac Disease Foundation.

Manufacturers use excipients, or inactive ingredients which bind pills together and help deliver the medication to the patient. There are numerous types of excipients, and some of them may contain gluten.

  • 18% of manufacturers said their medications contain gluten but may only list “starch,” according to a 2019 study by MIT and Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital
  • 8,379 individual products or dosage forms contain the word “starch,” according to medications listed on a National Library of Medicine database by the National Institute of Health.

Why do pills have gluten? Ingredients in medications may trigger allergic reaction.

‘Almost every pill and capsule’ contains inactive compounds such as lactose, gluten and food dyes, new study finds.

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