Do You Trust Gluten-Free Apps?

Do You Trust Gluten-Free Apps?

Today there is a multitude of apps we can use to simplify all aspects of our life.

 

Have you tried any of the gluten-free apps?

 

Would you trust these to help keep your health?

 

Most of the gluten-free apps used today were not around when I started my gluten-free life. I only downloaded them a couple of years ago.  Call me old-fashioned but I’ve had too many computer issues to put my trust into an app to rule my health.

 

Do You Trust Gluten-Free Apps?

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whole app obsession

 

Gluten-Free apps can offer a lot of help and are now easy to find and use.  They can be quite beneficial in many situations, like finding gluten-free food or safe restaurants, telling which foods or products are gluten-free, sharing gluten-free recipes, and even giving some health information.

 

Yes, we can now do it all on apps.

 

Have you tried any of these 

gluten-free apps yet?

Do You Trust Gluten-Free Apps?

 

#1 Find Me Gluten-Free (free)

This is by far my favorite app.  My family uses this every time we go to a new gluten-free restaurant. It’s especially helpful when on vacation or in a new area to find a restaurant you can trust.

 

This gives you restaurants in the area you type in (search location) along with reviews, menus, and directions.

 

#2 Gluten-Free Restaurant Cards – (free)

This app shares over 40 card images from CeliacTravel in many languages.

 

GF Scanner (free version or $3.99)

By scanning the barcode of a product, this app tells if the product has gluten in it or not.  This is a big help for people just starting to live gluten-free.

 

Now Find Gluten-Free (free)

This app scans bar code to state if the product is GF or not, can filter allergens and dietary wants, gives shopping lists, where to find products. Noted that this is updated regularly.

 

Also offers Now Find Dairy-Free, Now Find Organic & Non-GMO, and Now Find Vegetarian.

 

Top 5 Hacks for Eating Gluten-Free

 

There are many apps on the market to help in our gluten-free lives, which definitely help make things easier overall.

 

Yet, take caution with relying on them completely. Products change, ingredients change and scanners (like any computer) can be inaccurate at times.

 

Even when using the apps – always go back to asking the questions needed to keep your gluten-free health safe.

 

Which gluten-free apps would you rely on?

 
 

Are you part of our community yet?

 

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This information is provided for educational and informational purposes only, to educate you about gluten-free living and as a self-help tool for your own use. It is not meant to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure. Use this information at your own risk based on your own judgment. Always seek the advice of your own Medical Provider regarding any questions or concerns you have about your specific health or any medications. This information is not allowed to be reproduced, replicated, or sold.

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Jennifer and her three children all live a gluten-free lifestyle. She is a Gluten-Free Heath Coach, Cooking Instructor, and blogger. She helps moms live gluten-free so that their family can create a gluten-free life that just becomes routine. Join her over in the Gluten-Free Moms Facebook Group.

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