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Apr 26 2014

Celiac Awareness Day with the Phillies

May is Celiac Disease Awareness month, so it only seems fitting that the Philadelphia Phillies are holding Celiac Awareness Day right in the middle of May. Not only is there a dedicated gluten-free concession stand, but a portion of ticket sales benefit NFCA’s free programs and services. More about the day: Just like in years […]

Apr 21 2014

Luna Adds New Flavors to Protein Bar Line-Up

I can’t believe it has been almost three years since I first tried Luna Protein Bars! The bars are a tasty way to refuel after a hard workout. Now Luna has added two new varieties to the line-up. Lemon Vanilla – Soy Protein Isolate, Organic Cane Syrup, Organic Dried Cane Syrup, Inulin (Chicory Extract), Vegetable Glycerin, […]

Apr 17 2014

Is Cricket Flour Gluten-Free?

There are many things that those who follow a gluten-free diet must avoid, but cricket flour is not one of them. Cricket flour is gluten-free and exactly what you think it is…flour made from ground crickets. Why crickets? Read on… Insects are exceptionally nutritious. They are high in protein and low in saturated fats and […]

Mar 21 2014

San-J Introduces Gluten-Free Instant Miso and Wakame Soups

San-J is well-known for its premium soy sauce, one I usually have on hand in our house. I really like the Tamari Lite version, which has 50% less sodium. Now San-J is introducing Gluten-Free Instant Miso and Wakame Soups. More about Miso: Traditional miso soup starts with dashi, a fish stock base, which is brought […]

Mar 20 2014

Pure Bar Debuts New Bar with New Protein

I love cashews, so when I saw Pure Bar recently debuted a new bar, Cashew Coconut, it caught my eye. Turns out the bar isn’t the only new thing…the protein used in the bar is one I have never heard of: sacha inchi. Sacha Inchi is a plant protein called Incatein. It is naturally high […]