Embrace Gluten-Free eat G.A.N.G.S.T.E.R. Baking Mixes for your GF Lifestyle!

Mar 06, 2024

In recent years, the trend towards gluten-free living has seen a significant surge in popularity across the United States. According to recent statistics, approximately 3.1 million Americans have adopted a gluten-free diet, which represents about 1% of the total population. And 30% are now avoiding gluten in some way or another.  These numbers reflect a growing awareness of the potential health benefits associated with eliminating gluten from one's diet.

So, why are more people making the switch to gluten-free alternatives? There are several reasons driving this dietary shift. First and foremost is the rise in awareness of gluten intolerance and celiac disease. Celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder triggered by the ingestion of gluten, affects an estimated 1 in 100 people worldwide. For individuals with celiac disease, consuming gluten can lead to severe gastrointestinal discomfort, nutrient malabsorption, and other serious health issues. As awareness of celiac disease has increased, so too has the demand for gluten-free products.

Beyond celiac disease, many people are also choosing to go gluten-free due to perceived health benefits. Some individuals report feeling more energetic, experiencing improved digestion, and even losing weight after cutting gluten from their diets. Additionally, there is growing evidence to suggest that gluten sensitivity may be more common than previously thought, with symptoms ranging from digestive issues to headaches and fatigue. As a result, more people are opting to eliminate gluten from their diets to see if it alleviates their symptoms.

It's essential to recognize too, that individuals with gluten sensitivity often have other food sensitivities as well. Common culprits include grains, dairy, nuts, and eggs, which are among the top inflammatory foods. For these individuals, finding suitable gluten-free alternatives can be challenging, as many products on the market contain these other allergens. And, ta-da, that's where our eat G.A.N.G.S.T.E.R. Baking Mixes come in!

Eat G.A.N.G.S.T.E.R. Baking Mixes offer a delicious and convenient solution for those following a gluten-free lifestyle, as well as for those with even more restrictions in their diet. Made with high-quality ingredients and free from gluten, grains, dairy, nuts, and eggs, these mixes provide a safe and tasty option for individuals with multiple food sensitivities. Whether you're craving pancakes, muffins, or cookies, our baking mixes have you covered.  

Shopping around our site, but not sure what to try first?  All of our mixes are gluten-free, so you have that box ticked.  All of our mixes are also free of grains, dairy, nuts, eggs, soy and seeds.  So you'll tick lots more boxes.  Here are the 3 we'll suggest giving a try:

Pancake & Waffle Mix- This is a great way to just start off your day!  You can cook pancakes or waffles and they are delish.  TIP: Make a whole batch of waffles and then freeze for up to 6 months.  Just grab and pop in the toaster for those busy mornings!

Oatmeal Schmoatmeal Cookie Mix - Yes, you can make them as cookies, adding raisins or carob/chocolate chips and just plain enjoy!  Or, you can add even more add-ins like coconut flakes and nuts (if your body tolerates!) and bake as "granola" bars.  These, too, can be frozen and enjoyed as an on-the-go snack!

Brownie Mix - This mix is an absolute favorite for those looking for a decadent dessert - but who are avoiding inflammatory foods.  Sweetened with just maple syrup (an unrefined sugar), these are chewy and gooey and totally chocolate-free.  We use carob instead, but we think you won't notice much difference!

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