There is much discussion and some debate on what exactly is and is not legal under the various diets, including whether processed food itself is legal. See the individual item for ingredient details. We have tried to make our products suitable for those on Paleo, GAPS™, SCD™ “type” of diet, in that our food is:
We only sweeten our products with honey and fruit.
Our Paleo offerings are casein and lactose free. Our other products may use dairy products that may contain fractional lactose, like hard cheeses, farmers cheese or our own specially made yogurt (all SCD compliant).
All of our nuts and vegetable products are GMO free. However, our non-paleo, SCD™-like products may contain dairy products that we can not ascertain the GMO status of.
See this note from one of our main suppliers: Friendship Dairies.
Compare us to the competition! In general, this type of product will be more expensive simply because most of our baked products are based out of almonds, cashews, and coconut, as opposed to starch, rice or grain.
While our baked goods may be physically smaller in size, they are filled with nutrients and calories comparable to a larger, traditional item. This is because we often use denser ingredients like nuts in place of grains. You’ll find that we often have higher fat content than traditional items, but a reduced carbohydrate content.
Contact us! If I can find the time and the ingredients, I’ll do it! An additional charge will apply of course.
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To track your shipment, open the email with the subject “A shipment from order LSF-(order number)-SHOP is on the way” and click the “Track my Shipment” button.
The Liberated Specialty Foods website will show your order information including the tracking number. Click on the tracking number to see the detailed tracking information on the UPS or USPS website.
The methodology we use when assigning products to the "KETO" category on our website.
In our research, depending on the source, foods with a 4-10% net carbohydrate range can be categorized as ketogenic. Using this range, we have set a threshold of 7.5% or less net carbs (total carb minus dietary fiber) or less as Keto. We hope this methodology keeps things simplified and easy to use when deciding which foods are right for you.