Aug/Sep 2013

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Living Without's Favorites: Gone to Seeds

Breakfast is back, thanks to teeChia’s super-seed cereal. Six different organic seeds—chia, flax, quinoa, amaranth, ramon and pumpkin—combine with gluten-free oats and dried fruit for a grown-up porridge that’s rich in antioxidants, protein, fiber and omega-3. TeeChia offers two varieties—Cinnamon Cranberry and Blueberry Date. Both are slightly sweet without any refined sugar.   More...

Living Without's Favorites: Kid’s Delight

Have fun for lunch. Chicken Bites from Wellshire Farms are shaped like dinosaurs, just right for little hands. Not over-processed like those other chicken nuggets, these are free of nitrites, phosphates, byproducts, antibiotics, growth stimulants and MSG—and they’re certified gluten-free.   More...

Living Without's Favorites: Here’s the Beef

Hungry? In a hurry? Mama’s Meatballs from Second Helping to the rescue. These meatballs are as good as any you make from scratch—but much more convenient. Eat them without worry. They’re certified gluten-free and contain no dairy, soy, corn or nuts. No artificial colors, flavors, fillers or preservatives   More...

Living Without's Favorites: Body Fuel

Finally. A meal replacement shake that is gluten-free, hypoallergenic and tastes great. Kate Farms’ Komplete is an allergen-free food inspired by Kate, a 4 year old with cerebral palsy who was failing to thrive on prescribed replacement beverages loaded with sugar and dairy. Her parents, Richard and Michelle Laver, took things into their own hands.   More...