by Samantha Lewis
Celiac disease is a disorder that seems to be expanding each and every month. A digestive and autoimmune disorder, celiac disease can actually damage the lining of the small intestine. And the only solution medical professionals can discover, is to eat foods that are gluten-free.
For those who are still unaware, glutens are a form of protein found in some grains. And although celiac disease cannot be cured, by following a diet of gluten-free foods, people can feel better and the disease can be contained.
Unfortunately, even though there are suppliers and producers of gluten-free foods out there in America, it is becoming more and more obvious that the foods offered are not convenient in certain situations. Most all foods must be created from recipes, or bought in dinners that require a refrigerator/freezer to store and an oven to prepare. However, recently a company has come on the scene that has literally taken this problem and solved it.
The company – StoreHouse Foods - took this problem very seriously. They believe in education when it comes to a gluten-free diet, and they set their goal on finding a solution, so that people could always have the right food on hand at all times.
Any healthcare professional has only a few words of wisdom to say to a person suffering from celiac disease. Those words 100% of the time are: “Follow a well-balanced, gluten-free diet and you will stay well.”
When first diagnosed, a registered dietitian who specializes in celiac disease and the importance of a gluten-free diet, can be a huge form of assistance; but when it comes to actually preparing meals or heading into the market to buy the most convenient option, confusion can set in.
With StoreHouse Foods, a person can always count on having a delicious meal; however, they also can count on the fact that they won’t have to worry about time and location when it comes to preparation. StoreHouse Foods has built their unique niche in the market simply because they worked hard to create a simple way for people suffering from celiac disease to eat right.
Easy preparation of the StoreHouse Foods line of ‘Pouch 2 Plate’ products is only one of the benefits. What is even more beneficial is the fact that they are absolutely delicious; which means there’s no having to give up on great taste, even though the instant cuisine requires nothing more than adding boiling water directly to the pouch packaging.
“On the go” is a term used frequently in the 21st Century. Fact is, everyone is moving at such a rapid pace, that being able to always have gluten-free food on hand is difficult. The ‘Pouch 2 Plate’ line eliminates the worry by being absolutely portable for those of us moving at top-speed. Great taste, no clean-up, and no worrying when it comes to how the food will be cooked.
Think about the businessperson who is constantly running from meeting to meeting. There are certainly many days they can’t get home to eat, and they certainly can’t skip meals. With ‘Pouch 2 Plate,’ this businessperson can literally sit at their desk, get the job done, and enjoy a great-tasting meal – eliminating the worry of having to find an oven or stovetop in order to follow doctor’s orders and maintain the healthy gluten-free diet they literally HAVE to have.
College students in a dorm; the nature lover who wants to head out into the woods for a camping/hiking vacation; the traveler stuck on a plane with no gluten-free choices anywhere – all of these people in all of these instances require a gluten-free choice that is easy to prepare and still tastes extraordinary.
StoreHouse Foods has made sure that the person suffering from celiac disease is always cared for no matter where they roam. This was a huge void in the market, but with the shelf-stable ’Pouch 2 Plate’ dinners, all has been solved.
Gluten intolerance is not to be taken lightly. The number of celiac disease sufferers are on the rise. Thankfully, they now have a superior-quality choice of gluten-free food that will allow them to live long, healthy lives.
For more information, visit: www.StorehouseFoods.com
Source: Baret News Wire