Here are some various gluten-free bread that is recommended by the Internet…
According to David GetOff in the Ask the Low Carb Experts podcast episode 18 (at 1 hr : 06 min), he likes the bread “Purity Bread”, “Bean Bread”, “Smart-Carb #3” by JulianBakery.com. This is based on them being gluten-free and low net carbs and the type of ingredients used.
HufffingtonPost has a slideshow of 10 best gluten-free breads based on taste test judging on taste and texture and mouth feel. Udi’s came in number one. And Kinnikinnik Foods came in number two. Article dated year 2012.
Best Of Gluten Free Awards lists the “Bread & Pasta” winner of 2012. Udi’s Gluten Free won best gluten-free sandwich bread, best gluten-free multigrain bread, and best gluten-free specialty Bread.
Coconut water is okay in moderation or if diluted in water. It is definitely healthier than soda. Because soda is one of the two worst foods according to Dr. Jonny Bowden. (The other food is french fries.)
The healthy part is because it contains five important electrolytes and minerals: potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, and sodium. [reference]
The main drawback is that it does contain some amount of sugar. And too much sugar is bad. David Getoff says in a podcast that he doesn’t consider coconut water healthy due to the sugar.
Yes, butter contains trace amounts of casein. So if one is on a strict casein-free diet, as some children with autism, ADD, and ADHD are, then butter would not be acceptable. Ghee, which is clarified butter, is casein-free. [reference]
The amount of casein that butter contain is not a large amount, however. Casein is a protein found in dairy. And if you look at the box label, it typically says 0 grams of protein.
Butter has less casein than milk. Depending on a person sensitivity, they may be able to tolerate butter even though they may not be able to tolerate milk.