La Jolla, California (PRWEB) June 19, 2012
S. Binder had been sick for so long that he started to think his exhaustion, irritability and stomachaches were normal. But recently, Binder discovered his body had an aversion to gluten, which is more commonly found in patients with Celiac Disease. Binder needed to get his health back on track by avoiding products with gluten. In a Huffington Post article, Binder explained his journey of transitioning to a gluten-free lifestyle. Julian Bakery caters to many people, like Binder, embarking on a new diet to better their health.
Binder did some digging into what foods he could and could not eat. He discovered that many foods he thought did not have gluten were now off his diet. Some examples include soy sauce and chocolate syrups with particular types of wheat. Binder’s personal favorites, like pretzels, pizza and pasta, were now deemed dangerous to his health. Julian Bakery founder Barbara Squier said all of their products are completely safe for people with a low tolerance for gluten.
“Our gluten free products do not contain a lot of flours, brans, starches and other ingredients that are bad for Celiac Disease patients or anyone needing to avoid gluten,” she said. “For example, our CarbZero bread is the only one on the market with zero grams of net carbs and no gluten. It is truly one of the most unique products out there right now. Besides that, it tastes good. Sometimes people think because is healthy, it will taste bad. That is not the case with Julian Bakery and our products.”
Binder learned that his new diet would revolve around lots of beans, brown rice and vegetables. He even found several gluten-free snack options, such as rice cakes, popcorn and chips. Binder said 20 years ago, he would not have so many gluten-free options. But now, more companies, such as Julian Bakery, are making those products available for people. Julian Bakery not only serves gluten-free breads, but plenty of snack items, such as Zero Cookies and low carb natural protein bars sweetened with stevia.
Binder had some advice for anyone switching to a gluten-free diet. He said to look at the labels because some foods may appear gluten-free, but are really do contain gluten products. Binder said if the product does not specifically say gluten-free, put it back on the shelf. Julian Bakery recognizes the importance of sharing its ingredients with customers. That is why all products of its are labeled “gluten-free” and display the ingredients.
Julian Bakery, of San Diego, Calif., has transformed from a small bakery into a health-conscious business offering fresh cookies, breads and other products. Customers can purchase low-carb, gluten-free and other specialty items at the storefront or online. Zero Cookies, Carb Zero, Paleo Bread, and Low Carb Protein Bars, vitamins and supplements are just a few of the products available at Julian Bakery. To learn more or place an order, go to http://www.julianbakery.com.