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100% Gluten Free Bakery – Nourish

Nourish a 100% Gluten Free Bakery

Nourish is a 100% gluten free bakery, this means the bakery has a kitchen that is dedicated to preparing only gluten free baked goods. There are few totally gluten free bakeries and gluten free restaurants in North America. The Celiac Restaurant Guide recommends and encourages you to support Nourish bakery and all gluten free restaurants and gluten free bakeries when you find them.

“At Nourish we use real eggs, real butter and real sugar and we don’t ever use artificial preservatives or flavours. Our products are baked fresh in our 100 % gluten-free shop and are made with pride and care by hand. Nourish models the unique techniques and great tasting recipes of GF Patisserie.” (from the Nourish website)

1304 Topsail Road (Cedar Plaza), Paradise, NL.

A Vaccine in the making for Celiac Disease

In March, 2012 there was an article in the READER’S DIGEST with information regarding the development of a vaccine which would provide a tolerance to gluten. The vaccine, however, would only be effective in Celiacs with a specific genetic form of the disease.For more information click on the link above

Cru – Gluten Free Restaurant

Cru Restaurant is 100% gluten free, vegan, and raw. There are not many gluten free restaurants in North America, the Celiac Restaurant Guide encourages you to support Cru Restaurant and all gluten free restaurants when you find them.

Cru – 100% Gluten Free Restaurant CLOSED

Cru Restaurant is 100% vegan, raw and gluten free. Using only the freshest, locally sourced ingredients, fusing old school culinary rigor with living foods, and gluten free principles; creating singular, elegant vegan cuisine. All dishes and desserts are prepared in house to ensure quality, continuity and cohesion.

1521 Griffith Park Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
(323) 667-1551
Cru’s Website

100% Gluten Free Bakery – Beau Monde Bakery

The Beau Monde Bakery is a gluten free bakery. There are very few dedicated gluten free bakeries in North America. The Celiac Restaurant Guide recommends and encourages you to support Beau Monde Bakery and all gluten free restaurants and gluten free bakeries when you find them.

Beau Monde Bakery was founded on the main principle of providing the finest handmade gluten free breads and pastries available. Their philosophy is that everyone deserves to eat fresh, great tasting food. They use only natural ingredients in all of the baking, without any artificial flavors or preservatives. Products are baked fresh daily, in their strictly gluten free kitchen.

Find Beau Monde Bakery @ 2380 N. Buffalo Drive, Suite 110 Las Vegas, NV

Beau Monde Bakery Website – http://www.beaumondebakery.com/

Las Vegas has a great selection of restaurants that serve gluten free food.

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If a vegan or organic lifestyle is important to you, there is a huge selection of vegan and organic food, organic products like soaps, cleaners, personal and health products available.

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When the doctor says the words “You have celiac disease”

Restaurants that Serve Gluten Free Food

When the doctor says the words “You have celiac disease”, and you learn that you can never again eat many of the foods you now enjoy, it can be a little unsettling. If you have celiac disease it means, no more bread or buns, no more pizza or pasta, no more cake or donuts. There are substitutes for these products, but they don’t taste the same. Wheat and gluten are found in many foods. It is used as a filler in things like spices, sauces and many prepared foods.

Eating gluten free at home comes with many challenges. As if it isn’t difficult enough to have to deal with the problem at home, the much larger problem of eating away from home, is somewhat daunting. Where do you go and how do you know if you will get a meal that is gluten free? For people with celiac disease, finding a restaurant that has a good variety of gluten free choices, can be a frustrating experience. Many restaurants don’t provide gluten free meals because it requires extra attention and cost. There must be a separate food preparation area or, the area must be thoroughly cleaned before gluten free food can be prepared. Even cooking in the same pan or if a crumb of bread is in the butter, it can make many Celiacs ill.

The Celiac Restaurant Guide will find gluten free restaurant meals, anywhere in North America. The guide makes finding restaurants quick and easy. When you enter an address or city, a map is displayed showing the restaurants in the area that can serve gluten free food.

Finding Restaurants That Serve Gluten Free Food

Finding Restaurants That Serve Gluten Free Food – A Time Consuming, Frustrating, Experience

Celiac disease is a medical condition where the surface of the small intestine is damaged by the gluten that is found in grains such as wheat, rye, and barley. The gluten sends a signal to the body triggering an autoimmune reaction, which has much the same result as food poisoning. The symptoms from eating gluten vary, but often it results is diarrhea and abdominal pain. The damage caused by the gluten prevents the bowel from absorbing the nutrients, which are necessary for good health. The long-term result can be permanent damage to the bowel and malnutrition. Depending on the person’s gluten sensitivity, even a tiny amount of gluten may be all that is required to trigger a reaction. The only treatment for celiac disease is abstaining from eating gluten forever. There is no known cure for celiac disease.

* Controlling gluten in the food at home is difficult, but when eating out you have no control over what is in the food.

* If gluten free food is ordered and the cook contaminates it during preparation,

Guess who suffers?

Restaurants are starting to become more aware of the problems Celiacs face and many restaurants can prepare gluten free food. The problem for Celiacs is finding those restaurants that can serve them safely. Travel can be especially difficult when one is not familiar with the restaurants in the area. Finding a restaurant is a simple thing for most people, but for a Celiac it can be a time consuming and frustrating experience. When most people travel they find a restaurant that looks good and stop to eat. When a Celiac wants to find a restaurant they stop and ask if the restaurant can serve gluten free food. Often this question is met with a blank stare from the server, so moving on is the only choice. When a restaurant says they can serve gluten free food a Celiac needs to decide if in fact they can. Usually this is done through a series of questions, if the answers seem reliable the decision may be to stay for a meal. If the food is contaminated with gluten, the Celiac is the one who suffers not the restaurant employees.

A comprehensive guide, that can find restaurants that serve gluten free food anywhere in North America, is what is needed. The Celiac Restaurant Guide was developed specifically for this purpose, it is quick and easy to use, and free. Enter an address or city and a map pops up showing the restaurants near you, that can serve gluten free food.