Good Food Made Simple

Posted on Monday, October 15th, 2012 at 9:13 am
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Good Food Made Simple is committed to using clean and simple ingredients that you know and understand.  They only use natural ingredients.  They never use artificial flavors, artificial colors, preservatives, nitrates, nitrites, hydrogenated fats or oils, BHA, BHT, artificial sugars or processed sugars.  They make breakfast products.  Good Food Made Simple says that breakfast is the most important, yet most overlooked, meal of the day.  They make four kinds of oatmeal, each with 100% steel cut oats or 100% organic rolled oats.  Choose from: Original, Brown Sugar, Fruit and Berries, or Vermont Maple.  The make Egg Patties that are intended for you to put on a breakfast sandwich.  Choose from Egg White Patties or Whole Egg Patties.  They also make Breakfast Burritos that come in Eggs, Cheese, and Canadian Bacon, Eggs, Cheese, and Turkey Sausage, Or Egg, Cheese and Potato.  You cannot purchase Good Food Made Simple products through their website.  This means that the price can vary depending on where you buy them at.

Foods that are organic were grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, or ionizing radiation.  Organic food are GMO free.  BHA and BHT, (which are never used in Good Food Made Simple Products) are preservatives that some people feel increases hyperactivity in children.  Eggs contain protein and carbohydrates that your body needs for energy and to build muscle.  According to LiveStrong, Steel Cut Oatmeal is wheat, gluten, and dairy free.  Gluten free products are made without wheat or other ingredients that contain gluten, and are safe for people who have celiac disease or a gluten allergy or intolerance to eat.  Dairy free foods might be safer for people who need to stay on a lactose free diet.  Good Food Made Simple has its headquarters in Wellesley, Massachusetts. Visit the Good Food Made Simple website, and check out their blog, for more information about healthy foods.

5 Responses to Good Food Made Simple

  1. Betsy Kallor says:

    Love the steek cut oatmeal!!!

  2. Theresa Hetzel says:

    i love the steel cut oatmeal but cant find it anywhere..Costco only sells in Oct. they said grrr. Please let me know which stores carry it I live in Marengo Illinois. Thanks!

  3. Wanda says:

    Do you know where to get the steel cut oatmeal this time of year? I would love to have it all through the year, not just in the cold weather months.

    Appreciate your help.

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