The Cracker King might be mischievous, but he knows good food that's good for you shouldn't be kept secret.

A Message to the Wise

People say that I am a mischievous little man, but I beg to differ. If it wasn’t for me she would have kept her recipes locked up and put away so no one could taste or see them. So, I stole the recipes, Yes I did! I have no regrets and I will do it again. She had no right keeping these delectable, delicious crackers all to herself. So, this is a message to the wise. Watch your back, because I am coming to get yah.
Consider yourself warned!

Giving Back

We at The Cracker King strongly believe in giving back! That is why we have joined in the fight against cancer. A portion of our profits are donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital!
St. Jude is leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases.

Eating Healthy & Gluten-Free

Healthy Eating

Healthy eating can help with the overall perception of one’s life. Foods rich in vitamins and minerals, such as fruits, whole grains, and vegetables, have been associated with an overall lower risk of depression. It may also decrease the risk of certain types of cancer and heart disease. Eating a healthy diet not only helps you live a longer life, but a happier one.


Gluten Free Diet

For many people following a Gluten Free Diet helps them live a healthier life. For a person with Celiac disease living without Gluten in their diet is life sustaining. If you are struggling with inflammatory diseases and autoimmune disorders, gluten free has proven to be beneficial. Some immediate symptoms of gluten intolerance include gas and bloating. People suffering from Crohn's disease and those with lupus are told to stay away from gluten because of the increased risk of inflammation in the joints as well as, rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia. The advantages of gluten free include a reduction in some of these symptoms.


Weight Loss Becomes Easier

Gluten can be found in wheat, rye, barley, and many packaged foods.  By avoiding some of these processed and not-so-nutritious foods, you’ll be able to replace them with yummy gluten-free options and opt for fresher ingredients.


More Energy

The vitamins and minerals you ingest could be lost to you when you are coupling healthy foods with gluten. It can also cause malnutrition and a lack of certain important vitamins that increase your energy levels. Anemia also causes people to feel tired, and in the case of Celiac disease, iron isn’t being absorbed and the lack of this important vitamin can also make you feel drained. 


Easier to Digest Food

If you do suffer from Celiac disease, your small intestine isn’t absorbing the nutrients and those poor villi have been flattened. This makes digestion harder especially when ingesting gluten. You can reduce your upset tummies, cramping, gas, bloating, and diarrhea by getting off the gluten.


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