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by Jen Biederman on 05/21/2009
Gluten-Free Desserts- Yum! Brought to you by Ideal Bite
I'm Rubber, You're Gluten
Sticking to wheat-free desserts? Bounce over to the natural foods store and pick up some delicious, organic, gluten-free desserts to rub in your allergy's face.
- Not mocking the taste. To the more than 2 million Americans who have wheat allergies: you don't have to settle for less deliciousness.
- Not bullying your health. Our celiac-friendly (celiac disease = you can't tolerate wheat) picks contain fewer additives and preservatives than your average baked goodies.
- Telling off CO2. Researchers found that sustainably farmed soil absorbs up to 28% more climate-change-causing CO2 than conventionally farmed soil.
Jen From Renewable Choice Says: Although I do not have celiac disease, I do have a gluten intolerance. I tried the gluten-free diet for about a year, and I have to honestly say, I have never felt better in my life. I lost about 20lbs. simply from cutting the gluten, I had more energy, and actually enjoyed eating other food more. Currently, I only eat gluten-y foods on rare occasions, like when my friend Tara made some delicious home-made bread- couldn't resist! Also, some of my favorite cookies ever are the Uncle Eddie's Gluten Free variety- YUM! Tonight is breakfast for dinner, and I will be enjoying my gluten-free, dairy-free pancakes...drooling just thinking about it... ~Jen
Jen Biederman is a Customer Service and Communications Specialist for Renewable Choice Energy.