How To Bake For Health

At Ruby Cake Bakeries, we care about taste first, presentation second, and health third. But we always put taste at the forefront of our baking. This doesn’t mean we sacrifice on health though. Everything we bake is designed to ensure you’ll feel great after eating one of our cupcakes or full-sized cakes.home remedies for health

Baking For Allergies

Gluten-free baking is our bread and butter. Most of our clients have a wheat intolerance, and we specialize in making sure this doesn’t affect the taste of our cakes. But we frequently meet clients with nut allergies or other dietary requirements. We have a standard questionnaire we ask every new client to fill out and ensure that we meet all your needs. If your baker does not do this, move on and come visit us. We always take care of our customers.

Baking For Your Health Needs

If you have diabetes for example, a cake might not be the best thing to eat. Or is it? We design cakes that are completely sugar-free and still taste delicious. We don’t let anything stop us and we love a challenge, so bring us your problem and we’ll design a cake for your unique needs.

Baking For Your Health Problems

We’re frequently asked about integrating specific ingredients into our cupcakes. Some ingredients are difficult to integrate in baking, but have huge health benefits. We were frequently asked by someone with oily skin to integrate cornflour, apples and egg whites after she read an article on naturesbestcures.com on how to cure oily skin naturally. Someone even came to us wanting a coconut oil cake after reading an article on the best home remedies for grey hair. We get asked to bake all kinds of different cakes, and are happy to design you whatever you want! Nothing is too much or too difficult for us.

So get in touch today with your cake request and we’ll let you know what we can do, by when we can deliver and how much it will cost you.

Health Benefits Of Gluten-Free Baking

Gluten free baking has become trendy in the last few years. However, many of us have been forced to cut out gluten from our diets out of necessity, not just because it is the latest diet fad. But even if you are not gluten intolerant and do not suffer from the Celiac disease, are there other health benefits that would justify you cutting out gluten from your diet? Let’s take a look.

What Is Gluten?

Gluten is the name for the proteins found in foods such as wheat and barley. So gluten it’s a protein found in many different foods and is fairly difficult to cut out altogether. It also helps make food tastier as it helps hold different ingredients together, something very important in cooking and baking especially.

Should You Go Gluten-Free?

A diet which is low on gluten or cuts it all completely can bring several real health benefits. The main health benefit is improving your digestion, since gluten can be difficult to digest. Other benefits include increasing energy levels and lowering cholesterol.

But many of these benefits can also be achieved by eating a healthier diet, so there is a lot of scientific debate on whether a normal person would see real benefits from cutting this protein out of their diets completely, especially seeing that it is present in so many different foods.

If you have a serious sensitivity to gluten, it’s highly advisable to cut out gluten from your diet to avoid malnourishment and further issues. However, if you do not suffer from Celiac, then it might not be necessary. We do see a real benefit in limiting your gluten intake. The good news is that there are plenty of ways to avoid gluten and still eat very well. We have some incredibly tasty recipes for cupcakes and other foods, which do not include any gluten at all.

This video explores whether there is much truth in this diet fad, especially if you do not suffer for the sensitivity, which most people don’t. It also comes up with some shocking discoveries and will shed some light on the statistics and promises some diets throw out.

Hopefully this article has helped you decide whether a gluten-free diet is appropriate for you. In any cases, limiting your intake is always a good idea in my personal opinion!