PURCHASE, N.Y., April 25, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ – The Stop & Shop Supermarket Company LLC is launching two new health and wellness initiatives this month to address health concerns for all customers and their families. In its ongoing efforts to fight childhood obesity and help kids live healthier lifestyles, Stop & Shop announced that the first issue of its brand new Kid Healthy Ideas, a free health and wellness quarterly magazine, is now available in all stores.
The 12-page, full-color publication, is geared towards kids ages 8 to 12 and features health-related educational articles, games and recipes.
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Gluten is the trouble-making ingredient you’re supposed to avoid when going on a gluten free diet. But how do you avoid something if you aren’t sure what it is or where to find it? I’ll admit, this can be a challenge. It’s just not as obvious I’d like it to be, but once you learn how to spot it you’ll feel more confident about grocery shopping. Also, knowing what gluten is and how it works in food can help you understand how to cook with gluten free ingredients.
What Is This Gluten Stuff?
Gluten is the stretchy glue that helps bread, pizza crust, and other baked goods get nice puffy air pockets. It creates a flexible structure that helps each baked good hang together without necessarily being tough or chewy. When a baker knows how to properly activate the gluten protein, it will start doing its thing. The presence of gluten has influenced baking techniques for decades, even centuries. Sorry, I’m not trying to build up gluten as some kind of magical essence that turns good food into great food. It’s just one of many ingredients with useful properties out there in the world. It happens that wheat is commonly grown and used across the world, and it affects a lot of food in Western cultures.
Earlier this year this Examiner put together a wish list of gluten-free products we would like to see hit grocery store shelves. Some of the items have been developed and will come out at the end of this year, or early next year. There are also some items this Examiner didn’t have on her list that have been introduced and some items we are still waiting on.
It seems only appropriate as we are drawing to the end of 2011 to recap some of the first-to-market gluten-free products that have hit or are about to hit store shelves this year.
Here are some of my wish list products that are set to hit store shelves: (more…)
“Kroger has given us a list of gluten free products they carry. Not all
products are available in all stores. This list is from May 2011, so newer
products may not be listed. Product formulas may change without notice so be sure to check packaging when you shop.”
The complete list – 26 pages – is available in searchable or (more…)
In the past few weeks, I’ve had the chance to ponder the question “What is healthy food?” It seems that many of us have very different perceptions. Maybe that’s what stands in our way some times, we think healthy food and healthy eating is not obtainable.
It would be so much easier if my brain did not crave things like salty chips or sweet cookies but the reality is, it does. Maybe it’s a combination of many years of being bombarded with advertising to make me think I want it or maybe it’s as simple as it satisfies something in my head. I didn’t take enough psychology in college to answer that. I do know if it’s around me (like it is now as I write; you wouldn’t believe what is at the end of the table at my sister’s house) I’m less likely to eat well.
In my older years, I have realized that if I allow myself a little rather than denying myself entirely, I can balance the cravings with (more…)
Last week, the flu stole my will to live. I spent the entire week in a fog and barely ate anything but gluten free crackers and orange juice. Oh, how I look back now and long for that simplicity! I didn’t know then how easy I had it, and I didn’t know until now the consequences of the fact that no grocery shopping has been done.
Yes, I am still out of the things I was out of when I took to my bed last week. Now I’m out of gluten free crackers and orange juice too! I am continually amazed that the gluten free grocery fairies have not graced me with their presence.
At some point, my body decided it would be funny to heal just enough to be starving, but not (more…)
Do you ever wonder where you can buy gluten-free grains and flours for a discount? Check out your local ethnic markets for terrific prices and variety.
One of the most frustrating aspects of being on a gluten-free diet is the cost of food. Whether you are buying a prepared food or a bag of flour, the prices seem to be higher than “regular” food.
Next time you drive past an ethnic market or grocery store, stop in and see what they have to offer. Asian markets offer various rice flours. Middle Eastern and Indian markets provide a wide variety of bean flours and alternative grains. (more…)
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct 13, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) – Consuming food containing gluten can be debilitating for people with gluten sensitivity or the more severe celiac disease (also known as sprue). They must rely on strict gluten-free diets for good health. Now, as part of its commitment to provide customers with convenient and affordable health and wellness solutions, SUPERVALU(R) INC. (SVU 12.13, +0.08, +0.66%) is offering customers afflicted with gluten sensitivity an informative diet management program throughout its nationwide family of grocery stores, including (more…)
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…)