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How to enjoy Major League Baseball on a Gluten-Free Diet

Monday, October 24th, 2011

 

 

Don’t let celiac disease or other food allergies like lactose intolerance keep you from enjoying major league baseball.  Yummy gluten-free dietmenus for gluten intolerance are available at most ballparks. Find your favorite gluten-free beer, hot dogs with tapioca-rice hot dog buns, and more.  Before you sit down to enjoy the game, check out this gluten-free food list for baseball fans.

HOW TO ENJOY MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL ON A GLUTEN-FREE DIET, WWW.B12PATCH.COM

Major League Baseball gluten-free food list:

Gluten-Free Hot Dogs, Chicken, and Veggie Dogs

  • Minnesota Twins Big Dog
  • Chili Cheese Dog
  • Dugout Dog
  • Kinnikinnick Tapioca-Rice Hot Dog Buns
  • Bun-less Grilled chicken
  • Bun-less Hot Dog
  • Veggie Dogs
  • Veggie Kabobs
  • Pork Chop on a stick
  • Shrimp Skewers
  • Turkey Leg
  • Bull’s BBQ food

Gluten-Free Side Dishes

  • Loaded Nachos
  • Crab Cakes
  • Asian Noodle Salad
  • Fresh Fruit
  • Carrots with Ranch Dressing

Gluten-Free Beer

HOW TO ENJOY MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL ON A GLUTEN-FREE DIET, WWW.B12PATCH.COM

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Gluten-Free Snack Foods

  • Cracker Jacks
  • Angie’s Kettle Corn- gluten-free and nut-free
  • Carmel & Cheddar Popcorn Mix
  • Gluten-Free Nut snacks
  • Noah’s Pretzels: Gluten-Free Pretzels
  • California Chips

HOW TO ENJOY MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL ON A GLUTEN-FREE DIET, WWW.B12PATCH.COM

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Gluten-Free Candy

Gluten-Free Desserts

  • Fruichi Smoothies
  • Talenti Gelato
  • Kozy Shack gluten-free puddings and gel snacks
  • Lifeway Frozen Kefir-  gluten-free and 99% lactose-free
  • Gluten-free chocolate chip cookies and brownies

Word to the Wise

Before you purchase anything from a gluten-free hot dog stand, or other concession cart, make sure that the food they’re offering really is celiac disease-friendly.

  • Only buy prepared food from vendors that are exclusively gluten-free, as opposed to simply offering a few menu items for people with gluten-intolerance among other non-elimination diet snacks.
  • Ask the food servers if they know what a celiac disease diet is, and the risk involved with gluten cross-contamination.
  • Packaged foods (gluten free chocolate chip cookies, potato chips) are okay, as long as you are the first person to open them.

Related reading:

Gluten-Free Candy List for Celiac Disease, October 2011

Gluten-Free Fall Food- 6 Easy Celiac-Friendly Recipes

15 Gluten-Free Glitterati, from Aniston to Zooey

Sources:

Take Me Out to the Gluten Free Ballpark 2011

ARAMARK’s Gluten-Free Menus a Big Hit at Major League Ballparks

Find Gluten-Free Food at MLB Parks

Gluten Free Concessions at the Stadium- Can We Eat That?

Batter Up! Gluten-Free at the Ballpark

Calling for gluten free options at Metro Bank ballpark

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10 Best iPhone Apps for Celiac Disease, Part 2

Friday, September 16th, 2011

 

 

Top iPhone apps for finding the nearest gluten-free restaurants or bakeries are great for celiac disease or food allergy diets, on iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad.

Even More Gluten-Free Gadget Apps!

Yesterday, we reviewed the first five of our list, the 10 Best iPhone Apps for Celiac Disease.  And now, here are five more outstanding iTunes apps for your iPhone, iPad, or iPod, finishing off our top ten list of iPhone apps for gluten-free products, and recipes for people with food allergies.

#6 Restaurant Nutrition

Restaurant Nutrition

Over 250 restaurants and 60,000 menu items fill this database for anybody trying to lose weight, avoid food allergens, follow a gluten-free diet, or just for people who want to choose healthy, nutritious food items while eating out.  This restaurant app is compatible with Google maps and Facebook.  Restaurant Nutrition, iTunes, Foundation HealthCare Network, Free

#7 Gluten Free Registry

Gluten Free Registry

For iPhone, iPad, and iPod, the Gluten Free Registry has an all-inclusive list of gluten-free restaurants, vacation resorts, bakeries, grocery stores, caterers, and coffee houses, including over 23,300 establishments in and outside the US.  Map out gluten-free desserts, and post your review. Preview menus from over 12,300 eateries.  Gluten Free Registry, iTunes, Gluten Free Registry LLC, $1.99

#8 Gluten Free Ingredients

FreeIngredients

Whether you suffer from gluten sensitivity, gluten intolerance, or celiac disease, you’ll appreciate this list of gluten-free foods that lets you automatically search for gluten-free pizza or gluten-free breads on Amazon and Google without having to type “gluten free” in the search field repetitively.  Gluten FreeIngredients, iTunes, Nations Software, $0.99

#9 Eden Recipes

Eden Recipes

Enjoy taste testing over 1,000 by Eden Foods, the leading manufacturer of healthy, organic natural foods.  Cruise through this iPhone app for allergen-free recipe ideas, organized by cuisine, course, specific diet, or key ingredients.  Eden Recipes, iTunes, Eden Foods, Free

#10 Food Allergy Detective

Food Allergy Detective

If you’re trying to control food triggers, but you don’t like constantly having to log in details like dates, times, or amounts, then this is the only food diary you’ll ever need!  Easily find out which foods you are allergic to by checking off only two categories- food and symptom, unless you want to add other important details, such as the time of day, food name, or date.  Nothing could be simpler.  Food Allergy Detective, iTunes, Evil Timmy, $2.99

Related reading:

Gluten-Free Bento Boxed Lunches for Celiac Dieting, Part 1

Gluten-Free Bento Boxed Lunches for Celiac Dieting, Part 2

Can a Gluten-Free Diet Ease Symptoms of Fibromyalgia?

10 Best iPhone Apps for Celiac Disease, Part 1

Thursday, September 15th, 2011

 

 

Top iPhone apps for finding the nearest gluten-free restaurants or bakeries are great for celiac disease or food allergy diets, on iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad.

20 BEST IPHONE APPS FOR CELIAC DISEASE AND FOOD ALLERGY DIETS, WWW.B12PATCH.COM

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Eating Gluten Free just got Easier

Let’s face it- celiac disease diets don’t lend themselves to spontaneous eating. If you’re trying to cut out gluten, nuts, dairy, or any other allergens from your diet, then you need to read food product ingredient lists carefully while shopping for groceries and preparing gluten-free meals.

But if you have an iPhone, iPod, or iPad, then you have a wealth of gluten-free information at your fingertips!  With the latest iPhone apps on iTunes, you can easily look up gluten-free recipes, the nearest gluten-free restaurants, gluten-free bakeries, and thousands of other eating establishments that serve specially prepared pizza, bread, cakes, and other baked goods for people with celiac disease or other gluten intolerance.

Here is the first part of our list, the 10 Best iPhone Apps for Celiac Disease.  Stay tuned for the second part, including list items #6-10, tomorrow!

#1 GF Disney – Gluten and Allergen Free Disney World

GF Disney – Gluten and Allergen Free
Disney World

If you’re planning a gluten-free Disney vacation, then you’ll want to download this Disney World app for people with celiac disease and food allergies.  Many of Disney World’s restaurants, shops, and food stands serve foods that are free of gluten, peanuts, dairy, and meat- great for vegetarians and vegans, children with autism, celiac disease patients, or anybody on a restrictive diet.  This iPhone app lets you find allergen-free foods while visiting Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney Water Parks, and Downtown Disney.
GF Disney – Gluten and Allergen Free
Disney World, iTunes, GlutenFree Passport, $2.99

#2 Is That Gluten Free?

Is That Gluten Free?

This handy iPhone app lists over 23,000 gluten-free food products, featuring over 510 popular brands, such as Whole Foods. No internet connection is required. Is That Gluten Free?, iTunes, Midlife Crisis Apps, LLC, $3.99

#3 Don’t Eat That

Don’t Eat That

For use in grocery stores, easily look up food ingredients for poison alerts, allergies, drug interactions, or safety during pregnancy and nursing. No wifi is required to search this database of over 1900 food additives and ingredients. Don’t Eat That, iTunes, Celldial, Inc., $1.99

#4 Food Additives 2

Food Additives 2

If you’re on a restrictive diet for celiac disease, food allergies, asthma, Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), or other chronic illness, then this app for your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch is the one to get. Search food additives by name, International Numbering System, safety level, symptoms, and dietary restrictions. This app is fully searchable, requires no internet connection, and is also an excellent resource for vegans and people with vitamin B12 deficiency. Food Additives 2, iTunes, IGRASS PTY LTD, $3.99

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#5 Cook IT Alle Cook IT Allergy Freergy Free

Cook IT Allergy Free

An App Store “New and Noteworthy” feature, Cook IT Allergy Free includes over 200 recipes for people suffering from  celiac disease, autism, or various food allergies. IPhone app features colorful recipe submissions for people avoiding allergens such as gluten, nuts, dairy, or eggs. Cook IT Allergy Free, iTunes, My Allergy Free Recipes, LLC, $3.99


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