|Praises, no criticism|
|Some praise, no criticism|
|Praises, some criticism|
|Criticism, some praise|
Note: Ratings are based on company record, including parent companies.
They are not a comment on the product itself.
|Outstanding Product Feature|
|Animal Ingredients Alert|
|The Guide > Food & Drink > Jams & Spreads > Yeast Spread|
This product type is likely to contain flavour enhancers (additive numbers 620-625), including MSG, associated with migraines, diarrhoea, nausea, stomach cramps, asthma, insomnia, depression, heart palpitations, ventricular fibrillation, children's behaviour and attention problems, and more. Flavour enhancers are commonly found in flavoured chips, corn chips, pop corn, flavoured savoury biscuits, instant noodle sachets, vegetable spreads. [Fedup]
Over-consumption of salt (sodium) can lead to high blood pressure which in turn leads to an increased risk of heart attack and stroke. The average sodium intake per day is 2,400mg, however, the National Health and Medical Research Centre's (NHMRC) advises that Australian adults should aim to consume no more than 1,600mg in order to prevent chronic disease, while 460-920mg is an adequate adult intake for good health. [Better Health - salt]
- To reduce the amount of salt in your diet choose low-salt bread and breakfast cereals; cut back on processed foods, takeaway and fast foods; buy fresh vegetables rather than canned.
- Use the FoodSwitch app to scan barcodes of packaged foods to find the fat, saturated fat, salt, and sugar content. Colour-coded, easy-to-interpret nutritional information for more than 28,500 products. [FoodSwitch]
- See Choice report on 'hidden salt'. [Choice report]
Milk products and/or vitamin D3 Alternatives: Marmite, Sanitarium, Promite (Information compiled by Aduki)
|Vege Spread||Freedom Foods (Arrovest Perich Group)||2|
|Marmite||Sanitarium (Adventist Church SP)||2|
|Dick Smith's OzEmite||Spring Gully Foods
Brand Owner: Dick Smith Foods
|MightyMite||Three Threes Condiments||2|
|Promite||Mars Australia (Mars)||USA||6|