Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Promise Gluten Free Bread Is For Celiacs

If you have Celiac Disease vs choosing a gluten free lifestyle, there is a different health standard and expectation. But we should reunite our standards. Those who know me and have read my articles regularly (thank you) would know by now that I have very high gluten free standards and constantly question the market place, restaurants and any labeled GF options because of ongoing disappointments and lack of policing and regulation. Yet I love our progress and appreciate those who certify their products, you rock! However for some reason in 2016, gluten-free standards are still not taken seriously by all.  However, today is a great day for gluten free sandwich lovers out there whom have Celiac Disease or a legit gluten free lifestyle choice because Promise Gluten Free Bread is a great option! 

Why Is Promise Gluten Free Bread Better?

Promise Gluten Free is owned by Pure Bred. They are an Irish company who focusses on Celiac Disease as the prime standard for gluten free health, taste and community. If you visit their website you're immediately messaged to as a Celiac Disease shopper. I find that miraculously different. Just check Promise's website as they great those with Celiac Disease primarily and not just sell a gluten free option.

Promise Bread recognizes the ultimate gluten free standards for all, targeting those with Celiac Disease. Promise Bread messages to the community first and not to the mass public because of the driving force from the core of the gluten free health movement.  I've been gluten free for nearly 20 years have been diagnosed with Celiac Disease since 1997. That was the greatest year of my life, honestly, being on a road to recovery, growth and adulthood as a struggling teen I started learning so much about my body and the corrupt food supply. From those moments forward I knew there should be better options, I learned to say No, slowly and finally learned the hard way at time (I wish faster) but I found improved ingredient blends and took the journey of a food ingredient education to live a smart and successful with Celiac Disease. I found out early on there was no standard for gluten free labeling (until 2014 from the FDA guideline) which is still mixed up every single day by people in the food industry whom we attempt to trust to this day. That's why you always say, No, before eating something someone says is gluten free until you know why it's gluten free. 

Soy Free      Nut Free      Wheat Free     Gluten Free

Low In Fat      High Fiber

Ingredients - High Fiber Multigrain Bread GF

It's challenging to find delicious and healthier gluten-free bread, sturdy and tasty!  There are so many gluten free shoppers, but most of them still don't even know why gluten free food exists. If you don't know... it's because of the auto immune disease Celiac Disease. And the issue here is that so many gluten free labeled products are not gluten free. It's crazy right? That is because manufacturers and restaurants are not doing diligence to ensure food, beverages produced are not cross contaminated with gluten from the supplier (farms, kitchens, human mistake, etc) and the end product is laced with gluten (a lot or little) and get people sick who have Celiac Disease. The FDA has a loose gluten free guideline that not enough responsible food business owners/managers respect since FDA doesn't monitor them. Luckily there are some gluten free certification companies for brands and restaurants to help alleviate risk. 

Just look at that sandwich, it's great! I don't want to brag but it was a delicious sandwich. The bread is the catalyst to a sturdy, dense and form fitting combination of veggies, proteins and beyond. It holds well, it's tasty, more nutritious than average gluten free bread and more. It is great fresh or you can pack it in foil, bags for lunch or on the go traveling. 

Where To Buy Promise Gluten Free Bread?

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  1. Love your bread and now Costco in Durham NC won't carry it anymore.

  2. I think our Costco in Charlotte has stopped carrying it too. Not a shelf for it last time I was there. Desperately searching for another place to get it.
    (It freezes well.)

  3. I live in NJ and have been purchasing Promise Bread at Shop Rite in both Stirling and Basking Ridge. Basking Ridge Bakery states that they have a reorder system, but the haven't had any deliveries in several weeks.

  4. I would love to have tried this but I have Diverticulitis/Diverticulosis and can’t have the seeds