Archive for the ‘Gluten free’ Category

 


Gluten-free diets are often a cornerstone treatment in Autism and developmental therapy. 

 
 

Eating gluten-free is both cost effective and healthy. Photo: Global Crisis News

Gut and Psychology Syndrome, or G.A.P.S as it's called, relies on the idea that in healing the gut (that is, dysbiosis -- the state of microbial imbalance) through whole foods and natural lifestyle choices, many neurological conditions can be eased or cured.

  G.A.P.S. diets purportedly have the potential to heal everything from depression to mental fog, dyslexia, to, of course, Autism.  It is the idea that (more…)


Barley Malt Ingredients in Labeled Gluten-free Foods

October 4th, 2010 by Tricia Thompson

Barley malt ingredients continue to pop up in foods labeled gluten free. There seems to be confusion among some manufacturers regarding the use of these ingredients. Hopefully the following information will be of help to both consumers and manufacturers. Please let me know if you have any questions.

 Some issues to be aware of…

Manufactures should consider the following before making the decision to include barley malt ingredients in their labeled gluten-free products: (more…)

The Pamela's Products newsletter just came out and it is offering two separate contests for free swag. Many of you who read my articles know that Pamela's is one of my favorite gluten-free companies, so any chance to win free swag from them is one that needs to be promoted.  Pamela's is giving away a free box of their Spicy Ginger cookies and a copy of 'Mommy, What is Celiac Disease?'  all you have to do is send in an email to be eligible to win!

Here are the two contests: (more…)

This October, Giant and Stop and Shop are offering another great promotion for Celiac Awareness Month.  Spend $7 on participating gluten-free products in one transaction and receive a proof of purchase coupon for a free one year subscription to Every Day with Rachael Ray Magazine.  The promotion runs from October 2 to October 28, but will end sooner if all 10,000 free subscriptions are claimed.  Limit one per household.   (more…)

Isaiah Mustafa, the actor build best known for his impressive build, good humor and over-the-top bravado in the Emmy-nominated Old Spice commercials, recently revealed the diet he follows to achieve his chiseled physique on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

According to Mustafa, celebrity trainer Tony Horton has him on a diet that contains no alcohol, caffeine, processed sugar, animal products or gluten. Horton is the producer of the wildly popular workout videos, P90X.

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CHARLOTTE, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Tropical Foods, a food manufacturer that specializes in raw and roasted nuts, dried fruit and snack mixes, has launched a new addition to their My Salad Bar line with gluten free, all natural croutons.

“Gluten causes some people serious health problems. Our new gluten free croutons will help these people enjoy the flavor without the gluten health hazards”

Tropical’s new Gluten Free, All Natural Croutons are bursting with the flavors of Honey Mustard or Italian. The croutons are low calorie, fat free, cholesterol free and have very low sodium. (more…)

So excited to report that the upcoming Gluten Free Vendor Fair and Fundraiser in Norcross on September 25th is officially sold out at 70 vendors.  This is the fourth gluten-free vendor fair sponsored by the Atlanta Metro Celiacs and coordinated by this Examiner. 

Even though there is no more room for vendors to demo their products, the Atlanta Metro Celiacs are happy to accept donations for their raffle.  Raffle tickets are sold for $1 each and are a widely popular purchase at the fair.

Some of this year's raffle donations include cook books from: The Gluten Free Girl and the Chef (new one and it is signed), Elana Amsterdam (The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook), Dr. Stephen Wangen (Healthier without the Wheat), Jacqueline Mallorca (Gluten-Free Italian), Kelli Bronski and Peter Bronski (Artisanal Gluten-Free Cooking), Annalise G. Roberts and Claudia Pillow, PhD (The Gluten-Free Good Health Cookbook) and Elisabeth Hasselbeck (signed). (more…)

Smoothie King Offers Gluten-free Choices

September 20th, 2010 by Kimberly Bouldin

The idea for Smoothie King started back in the late 1960's in the home of Steve Kuhnau.  Kuhnau was trying to remedy his allergies and low blood sugar and began to experiment with blending fruits, nutrients and proteins in a blender.  In 1973, Kuhnau opened a health food store selling his smoothies & vitamins and Smoothie King was born.  Smoothie King has grown to over 600 locations in the US and Seoul, Korea.  Smoothie King's mission is "To relentlessly influence and help more & more people achieve a healthier lifestyle."   (more…)

  

A wonderful new gluten-free product just hit the market in the United States - fresh from the Liguria region of Italy.  

Lucini Italia Company recently introduced Cinque e' Cinque, a custom blend chickpea baking mix for Gluten-free Italian frittatas. This beloved Italian street food, also known as Farinata, has been a tradition in Northwest Italian pizzerias and bake shops for hundreds of years, where customers are known to stand in line for the first bites right out of the oven. Given its taste, nutritional benefits, variety of use and surprisingly easy preparation, it could soon become a staple for American gluten-free families as well.  

Cinque e' Cinque (pronounced “Chin-quay e Chin-quay”) comes in three flavors: Traditional, Savory Rosemary and Tuscan Fiery Chili. (more…)

Trader Joe’s Gluten-free Macaroni & Cheese a Hit

August 30th, 2010 by Kimberly Bouldin

Trader Joe's has a nice variety of gluten-free products available.  These products range from frozen waffles, to granola, Lara bars, brownie mix and bread.  One of the favorites for kids is the boxed macaroni & cheese. 

Trader Joe's gluten-free macaroni & cheese is very easy to make.  Similar to the Kraft macaroni & cheese, the pasta is added to boiling water and cooked for 10 - 12 minutes.  While the pasta is cooking, the cheese mix is mixed with 1/4 cup of low-fat milk and stirred.  Once the pasta (more…)