Gluten Free Bread Delivery

Delivering Gluten Free Bread Throughout Greater NYC Area

As a wholesale distributor, we proudly have a great selection of gluten free bread ready for delivery throughout the greater NYC area. We partner with some of the best bakeries in the New York City area in order to deliver fresh, delicious bread. D & R Central Baking is the perfect wholesale distributor for many businesses, offices and commercial facilities in the area due to our outstanding selection of baked goods that move past simply gluten free bread. 

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For more information about our gluten free food delivery services, please reach out to us today. We will happily answer any questions or concerns you may have regarding our selection of baked goods and gluten free bread available. When you reach out, we can provide you with our pricing details, as well as go over any other ordering questions you have. The purpose of a gluten free diet is important to many people and we are proud to help in any way we can. So please, do not hesitate to reach out today and learn more about our gluten free bread and baked good options!

Why Choose A Gluten Free Diet

Garlic Rosemary BaguetteThere is usually a purpose for those who choose a gluten free diet and lifestyle. And that purpose is almost always for health reasons. But before we look into why people need a gluten free diet, it is important to understand what exactly gluten is and where you can find it.

In a nutshell, gluten is a protein found in most grains. The gluten you find in wheat, barley, rye and triticale might trigger serious health problems or other insensitivities to those with various diseases or issues. Which understandably leads to many people opting to seek out gluten free bread. And if you are a seller of bread, having some gluten free bread on hand will satisfy many customers.

Since wheat, rye, barley and foods made from them are so common, it is difficult to remove them from a diet. And removing them also likely changes the overall intake of fiber, vitamins and other needed nutrients. Therefore, those with a gluten allergy need to consult with a doctor or dietitian to know which foods to eat that will meet regular nutritional needs and maintain a well-balanced diet.

For the most part, the purpose of choosing a gluten free diet comes down to managing signs and symptoms of various diseases. Of course, they are people who are healthy in the first place and choose this diet for other reasons. More conclusive research is needed, but improved health, weight loss and increased energy are reported from this diet. However, you want to slice it, gluten free bread is on the rise and our delivery service will ensure your establishment is prepared.

Health Issues Arising That Lead to Gluten Free Diet

However, the large part of those who choose to go this way do so because they do not have a choice. Here are some health issues that arise that lead people to choose a gluten free diet.

Celiac Disease

This is an autoimmune disorder in which gluten triggers immune system activity that damages the lining of the small intestine. If left untreated over time, this damage prevents the absorption of nutrients from food.

Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity

This is when there are some signs and symptoms associated with celiac disease, like abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, “foggy brain,” rash or headaches. However, unlike celiac disease, there is no damage to the tissues of the small intestine.

Gluten Ataxia

This is an autoimmune disorder that affects certain nerve tissues. It then causes problems with muscle control and voluntary muscle movement.

Wheat Allergy

This allergy, like other food allergies, is the result of the immune system mistaking gluten or some other protein found in wheat as a disease-causing agent. Like it would with a virus or bacterium. The immune system then creates an antibody to the protein, which prompts an immune system response that can result in congestion, breathing difficulties and other symptoms.

For more information about celiac disease and why people choose this sort of diet, please check out the CDC website. They provide, in detail, the foods you can eat and which to avoid for those with the disease.