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Helping Mend Hunger

•Due to recent and tragic events in Lousiana, Mend Hunger has been in need of food donations to help the families and individuals that have lost their homes and possessions due to the Hurricane. Through the National Celiac Association, our team was able to partner up with Mend Hunger to assist in their hunger relief program. We have prepared packages for a total of 20 families with 1lb of granola, 16oz of pancake mix, and 6 packages of high-protein cookies for each family. We are especially proud that all our products are certified gluten-free products and have high nutritional value, so we not just filling up stomachs, but also giving these families nourishment• •At InBite our goal is to spread...

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Are people overreacting to gluten?

A lot of people seem to roll their eyes at the mention of having a gluten-free diet, mainly because they actually don’t know what gluten is. For those who don’t know gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, rye, and triticale. Some people have developed an intolerance for gluten, but why… a couple of years ago most people didn’t even know gluten existed nor did they ever question their ability to eat bread.  Dr. Alessio Fasano, the world’s top gluten expert, explains this phenomenon. First, we as humans don’t have the ability to completely break down the protein gluten, our body was simply not designed for it, yet we still eat it and most are fine. Where the real...

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Inbite is officially a certified Gluten-Free facility

Today we are proud to announce that InBite is  certified Gluten-Free facility. InBite has always been a gluten-free facility. However, with our certification with the Gluten-Free Certification Organization, we can provide more transparency and assurance to our clients that our facility doesn’t contain any gluten. We are most excited that we can now give our clients security and guarantee that InBite is committed to their health and wellness, especially to our clients with celiac diseases. We were impressed by the level of professionalism Ronni Alicea, a GFCO Quality Control Manager, exhibited in her through inspection. The GFCO certification mark is an independent certification of the quality and integrity of the products we provide that meet the strictest criteria of gluten-free standards. 

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Does Gluten Free mean healthy eating?

  What is Gluten? Why is everybody talking about it? Why do we make Gluten Free Products at INBITE? Before beginning to develop today’s theme we need to know that Gluten is a protein you can find in wheat, rye, spelt (and other grains) that helps hold the food together like glue. It is not in corn, rice, or oats, but be careful because oats are mostly contaminated during processing, you would need to buy ones that are certified gluten free (meaning they were processed in a gluten free facility).   It is also important to know that almost all processed food contains gluten for one reason or another: thickening, flavor, as a binder, or as a major ingredient in pasta, pizza,...

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Functional Food…What does it mean?

  When I heard the term Functional Food I always wondered what it meant. Functional is a very broad term and foods always have a function, but are all the foods functional? Functional Foods are foods that have a potentially positive effect on health beyond basic nutrition. They promote optimal health and help reduce the risk of disease. They may be similar in appearance to conventional food, and are consumed as part of a regular diet.  But do they work in that way? Strictly speaking, all food is functional, as it provides energy and nutrients necessary for survival. But the term “functional food,” as it is used today, conveys health benefits that extend far beyond only survival. Food and nutrition...

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