Health Benefits of Gluten Free Burgers

Published On March 16, 2018 | By Clare Louise | Healthy Food

It’s 2018 already, and like every year there is a new “diet” that is promised to make us lose weight, have more energy and live a longer life. When talking about gluten free it means it is not a diet but a lifestyle change that benefits your health.

You must have come across the term gluten free burgerz and dogz cranberry everywhere now. From the grocery store to the restaurant menu, it has become the topic of many conversations. Sometimes, it also strikes fear into any dinner party host.

What is ‘Gluten?’

Gluten is a naturally occurring protein that occurs in many foods, including wheat, rye and barley. The gluten protein falls in the prolamin family of proteins, meaning that it has high proline content. The prolamins are very difficult to digest in our body as they are one of the hardest proteins for our digestive system to break down. The cross-linking of two sub-proteins lead to the formation of gluten and this cross-linked network is responsible for the visco-elastic properties of breads and pastries. Gluten is found in ketchups, sauces, ice creams, seasonings, lunch meats and more. It can also be hidden in number of other terms including,

  • Modified food starch
  • Artificial flavors,
  • Caramel coloring or flavoring
  • Maltodextrin,
  • Emulsifiers,
  • Stabilizers,
  • Dextrin and more.

The good food list without gluten is featured below,

  • Meats
  • Eggs
  • Vegetables and fruits
  • Fresh herbs
  • Nuts
  • Seeds
  • Fish
  • Sweet potatoes
  • Honey
  • Avocado, olive and coconut oil
  • Individual seasonings

Delicious, gluten-free burgers and hot dogs in Cranberry can be prepared by sticking to the good food list. Switching over to gluten-free foods helps us to remove commercialized, processed foods from our diet and return to the basics of fresh meat, vegetables and fruits.

Gluten Free Burgers

According to a survey, “About 30% of Americans indicate that they need like they should “be free or cut downgluten”. Gluten free burgers are full of clean, lean protein and bursting with healthy flavor.

But, keep in mind, diets (gluten free) that are not sensiblycomposed can result in insufficiencies in niacin, iron,thiamine, folate, calcium, zinc, phosphorous,vitamin B12, and fiber.

Hamburgers prepared from the scratch with plain ground beef are gluten free. Some restaurants offer gluten-free burgers made from gluten-free bun, with a side of fresh and homemade BBQ sauce, and French fries in Cranberry. And, even some choose to prepare American burger that made with grass fed beef, and cooked the way you like it.
These gluten free burgers are an ideal way to keep things healthy moving into barbecue season. Visit http://banddz.com/ for more information.

 

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