Friday, August 12, 2016

Healthy Habits: Bestowed Allergy-Frienly Shopping List

Bestowed, the leading product review company in the better-for-you product market, released its 2016 shopping list of the best allergy-friendly products on the market. These products are all reviewed and approved by a team of nutrition experts and meet strict quality standards, as well as being free from at least one of the eight most common food allergens: milk, eggs, soy, wheat, shellfish, fish, tree nuts and peanuts. Many of the products are free from all eight allergens. The guide is available here.

“For the estimated 15 million Americans living with food allergies, it can be a struggle to be careful about what you consume while still trying to maintain a healthy diet,” says Bestowed’s founder Heather Bauer, nutritionist and author of best-selling books, Bread is the Devil and The Wall Street Diet. “As we head into the back to school season, I wanted parents and kids alike who suffer from food allergies to have a place where they could find nutritious, delicious and safe products, so we created our Allergy-Friendly Shopping List.”

It can be difficult to find products on over-crowded store shelves that taste good and are safe for every allergen sensitivity, so Bestowed’s list of the best allergy-friendly products is a good resource for anyone looking for high-quality, great-tasting products, available in most grocery stores. For more information about Bestowed’s recommended products, please visit
About Bestowed
Widely recognized as the leading product discovery platform for health-conscious consumers, Bestowed is a product rating and review service dedicated to introducing consumers to nutritionist recommended products. Every product that Bestowed certifies is extensively reviewed and tested by a team of nutrition and health experts. Bestowed was founded in 2012 by Heather Bauer, a nationally recognized nutrition expert, author and entrepreneur. For more information about Bestowed, please visit the company’s website at

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