Our hypotoxic menus appreciated on the blog of Jacqueline Lagacé
There was a wonderful surprise awaiting us yesterday on the blog of Jacqueline Lagacé: A very nice testimonial from Chef Caroline Roy.
If you are fans of a hypotoxic diet or gluten-free diet and live in Quebec or Ottawa, you probably know about the bakery products of Cuisine L’Angélique (and if you don’t know them yet, you should check them out).
Caroline Roy and her husband Guy Letendre created this company in 2008, following their own experience with a gluten- and casein-free diet to improve the health of their son, who had several symptoms resembling autism. In fact the Autism Research Institute recommends this diet as treatment for this condition.
Here is Caroline Roy’s testimonial:
“Good evening Mrs. Lagacé,
I wanted to say thank you from the bottom of the heart! In fact, I started to read more on your site and I came across SOS Cuisine… This will perhaps seem strange to you… for someone like me who loves to cook and discover and experiment…
But since the company was launched…. I have no time for my own cooking!!!! And often, I lack inspiration…. So I just signed up this evening. This tool is quite simply MARVELOUS! And the grocery list…need I say more!!! Even my husband will be able to prepare the recipes…. while I am still at work!
Anyway, I am really thrilled to have chanced upon it this evening and, as I love to discover and try out new recipes, new flavors, I can very easily do that now!
In response to Caroline Roy’s discovery of SOSCuisine, there was another testimonial, signed Annette:
“I have been following SOS Cuisine’s hypotoxic meal plans for several months and I am completely satisfied. What’s more, if they suit your needs, I feel safe for my health. THANKS”
Thanks to Caroline and Annette for having taken the time to share their experiences. On my part, it gives me great pleasure to share my experiences with breads and cakes here from the Cuisine L’Angélique: I find them absolutely delicious (unlike several other gluten-free products).
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