What Gluten Is
Gluten is the generic name for certain types of proteins found in common cereal grains â€“ mainly wheat, barley, rye, spelt, and kamut (versions of wheat), triticale (a grain crossbred from wheat and rye), and their derivatives.
Whom It Affects
Current estimates suggest that 1 in every 133 Americans suffers a reaction to ingesting gluten, which is present in many food and beverage products.
The Gluten Sensitivity Spectrum
Gluten is found in many foods otherwise considered wholesome, making the supermarket â€“ for those who have an intolerance for gluten or those with celiac disease â€“ a minefield. The sensitivity to wheat and associated glutens range from mildly annoying to very serious.
You don't have to give up all foods to live gluten-free. Dietitians recommend that patients eat a variety of nutritious foods people should eat anyway, such as fresh meats, fruits, vegetables, milk, and legumes. All are naturally gluten-free. But you must become more vigilant about your diet especially when it comes to:
Fresh in our Bakery Department!
Enjoy the fresh, homemade flavors of gluten-free baked goods from our own G Free Bakery, an offsite bakehouse dedicated exclusively to the creation of gluten-free products.
Listed below are our gluten-free bakery items, their ingredients and nutrition facts.
|Product Image||Product Name||Ingredients & Nutrition Facts|
|Chocolate Chip Bars|
|Chocolate Chip Cookie|
|Chocolate Chip Muffins|
|Cranberry Orange Muffins|
|Double Chocolate Chip Cookie|
|Devil's Food Cupcakes|
If you or someone in your family is gluten-intolerant, read the labels of foods every time you buy them, as ingredients may change at any time. To make sure youâ€™re clear about contents, get in touch with manufacturers and ask them questions. Itâ€™s vitally important that you know for certain a food is gluten-free. Always remember: if in doubt, go without. In addition to our Coborn's brand of new gluten-free bakery products, you'll also find gluten-free items throughout our store. Look for shelf signs and carefully read labels to guide you to gluten-free selections throughout the store.It takes patience, persistence, and commitment to follow a gluten-free diet. But it's not impossible.
Look for shelf signs and carefully read labels to guide you to gluten-free selections throughout the store.It takes patience, persistence, and commitment to follow a gluten-free diet. But it's not impossible. Coborn's hopes you find this brochure a helpful resource to take along with you when you shop or to keep at home for easy reference.
Other helpful resources include:
National Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse, National Institutes of Health Celiac Disease Awareness Campaign and Celiac Sprue Association.
Sources used for this page include those listed above, as well as:
Recommended Dietary Information for the â€œGrainâ€ Food Group:
Consume the recommended number of servings from the grain food group each day, depending on energy requirements. (see choosemyplate.gov for help in determining your individual energy requirements and recommended number of servings of grain foods).
Gluten free foods to include in your diet: