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Many mainstream food manufacturers are reformulating some of their most popular items to obtain a this niche market. For example Chex now labels their Rice Chex as gluten-free. Betty Crocker has even developed a line of gluten-free baking mixes. You can find allergen free menus at some of the nations leading chain restaurants including - Benihana s P.F. Changs Outback Steakhouse Legal Sea Foods Pizza Fusion and countless others. Budweiser even launched a wheat free beer called Redbridge. Another popular safe for Celiac beverage is Hard Apple Cider. The most popular brand of Ciders is Woodchuck Cider. Colleges Stadiums and Arenas are all starting to stock gluten-free options. The NY Mets had a GF day at the stadium this season. They launched a dedicated GF food concession along with Kozy Shack as their major Sponsor.
Many people also take this opportunity to start living a new healthier lifestyle. Eating fruits and vegetables is a great way to stay healthy because they are full of fiber and other important nutrients. They will also reduce cravings for sweet treats if the goal is also to lose a little bit of weight. To make them a bit more exciting try dipping them in cheese spreads that are free of dairy products to create a delicious and healthy snack. Committing to a healthy lifestyle means making a commitment to personal fitness as well as adjusting eating habits. Exercise does not necessarily require hours spent at the gym or in front of a work out video each day. Try simply taking the stairs instead of the elevator or walking to the corner store instead of driving.
Other venues have followed suit. You can find GF hot dogs and beer at Citizen Field in Philadelphia PA. You can bet that you will continue to see these specialty options popping up in more places than you can imagine. Those who have celiac disease are told to refrain from eating gluten. Celiac disease also known as gluten intolerance is a genetic disorder that affects at approximately 1 in 133 Americans. The Symptoms of celiac disease range from diarrhea to weight loss and malnutrition. Celiac sufferers damage their villi (shortening and villous flattening) in the lamina propria and crypt regions of their intestines when they eat specific food-grain antigens (toxic amino acid sequences) that are found in wheat rye and barley.