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Gluten Free Product Review & other Gluten Free Happenings

Posted Dec 11 2012 8:03pm
 


Udi's Rolls out New Products

** Nature's Pharm has Udi's rolls and baguettes on sale for the entire month of December for $4.99 for the Baguettes and $5.99 for the dinner rolls. 

Nature's Pharm will also be sampling these great items from Udi's on Friday, Dec. 14th through Sunday, Dec. 16th at their Castleton, Greenwood and Lafayette stores! 

Udi’s has some new products!! From Udi’s Whole Grain Dinner Rolls, Classic French and Crispy and delicious French Baguettes, Everything Inside Bagels, Mighty Bagels, Double Vanilla Muffins to Harvest Crunch Muffins.

I have to admit they have truly outdone themselves with their dinner rolls and their new french baguettes. These truly mimic the “real deal” in both taste and texture and will leave you stating,"Wow….I can’t believe these are gluten free!”

 
Their rolls are soft in the middle with a hard outer crust. They are sold frozen and can be warmed up in the oven. Nature’s Pharm is now carrying ALL these new products and showcasing them through a sampling from Friday Dec. 14th through Sunday Dec. 16th. Don't miss the Udi's roll and baguettes sale until the end of December!

These rolls are an absolute must have for your Gluten Free Holiday Dinner!

Here’s a brief description of their latest bagel and muffin creations:

Double Vanilla Muffins: these are really good and they taste a little like angel food cake in the texture of a muffin.

Harvest Crunch Muffins: these are made with cranberries, sweet potato, quinoa flour and pepitas. Need I say more? Yum!

 Everything Inside Bagels: made with millet seeds, flax seeds, poppy seeds, onion, salt and garlic….these do remind me a little of the “Everything Bagels” that I tried in  New York years ago during my pre-gluten free era…except that these are a little milder but still packed full of flavor.

Mighty Bagels: made with cranberries, quinoa flour, sunflower seeds, pepitas, millet seeds and flax seeds…I really liked these, perfect to have around the Holidays with a little smear of cream cheese.

Chosen Foods      

 

Their Products are packed with antioxidants, omegas, protein and fiber. For the health conscious out there here are some products that are good and good for you.

AVOmega, 100%  Avocado Oil: this oil is considered to be one of the healthiest oils on the planet and is the highest source of heart healthy monounsaturated fat…plus it is packed full of antioxidants.

It has a high heating point, which means you can heat the oil to 520 degrees and it won’t breakdown. Use this oil for cooking, frying, baking and salad dressings. Surprisingly affordable at only 13.95/per bottle.

AztecChia, Chia Seeds: high in fiber, omega-3, antioxidants and protein….this company never uses pesticides, chemicals or growth accelerators on their crops and their product is tested for purity and omega values. Use this in cereals, yogurt, smoothies, baked goods or as an egg replacer and binder in gluten free baking.

AztecNopal, Nopal Cactus Powder: this product harnesses the natural power of the nopal cactus and it is said to lower blood glucose and increase insulin sensitivity, promoting weight loss. Mix this product in juice, yogurt, smoothies or use in cooking and baking to lower the glycemic index of food.  Their products can be found at:  http://www.chosen-foods.com


Give the Gift of Camp for Christmas! 
   

Camp Gluten Freedom Offers Carefree Camp Activities and Worry Free Food!

Reservations / Deposits are being accepted now for Camp Gluten Freedom July 25th - July 28th, 2013. This is an overnight camp that will be DEDICATED gluten-free.  While we are allowing campers to bring a buddy this year, ALL the food will be gluten free.  The camp is for children ages 8-14.  Don't have a child that is camp age?  That's okay, feel free to sponsor a child that may not have the opportunity to go to camp without your assistance.  You may see info listed at Gluten Free Living Now's website.  Please feel free to email tina@glutenfreelivingnow.org for additional information. 

 
Don't forget the Food for the Gluten Intolerant Program!
Learn more about our Food For Gluten Intolerant where you can donate to sponsor a financially challenged family. We are currently seeking donors to assist with the Food for the Gluten Intolerant Program . For those who struggle economically, meeting the additional financial challenges that the gluten free requirement creates, can become overwhelming. This program will allow you to to make financial donations to support a struggling family. Want to help with donations for the Food Program? Donations are being accepted HERE .

Dates for Expo 2013 are set for Saturday October 5, 2013

The Gluten Free Living Now Expo will be held for one day only, so get your booth space while you can.  This event will run from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm and will definitely sell out.   We are expecting over 3,000 visitors who will come to sample and purchase gluten free products and services.   Make sure you contact shelia@glutenfreelivingnow.org as soon as possible to ensure you are included in this great community event. 

Did you miss your chance to see GFLN on Indy Style ?
 

Gluten Free Living Now's own, Shelia Cafferty, appeared on Indy Style on December 4th.  She shared her great gingerbread cookie recipe and how to have a gluten free Holiday.  If you missed it or would enjoy watching again just click on Shelia's name above or on GFLN . Make sure you click on the link to get the great recipe too!

Center for Celiac Research to Join Mass General in Boston

After nearly 20 years of providing clinical care for patients and conducting breakthrough research in celiac disease and other gluten-related disorders in Baltimore, Maryland, the Center for Celiac Research (CFCR) will become part of the Massachusetts General Hospital for Children (MGHfC) in Boston, Massachusetts, on January 7, 2013. The CFCR will also be working in partnership with the Celiac Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) at Harvard Medical School.  Read more HERE

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