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Are you Celiac? Are you new to gluten-free or have been gluten-free for years? Still not sure what to do or where to eat out when you are outside the comfort zone of your hometown? Then you are in the right place! Learn how to find safe, delicous food when you travel, how to pack your bags, where to find safe food for Celiacs, and the best gluten-free friendly foods and vacation spots in the world. Travel Gluten Free is the podcast you want on your podcast player if you love to travel and le ...
 
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The Celiac Project Podcast

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The Celiac Project Podcast

Michael Frolichstein and Cameron Weiner

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The Celiac Project Podcast: 2 Guys Talking Gluten Free--hosted by Michael Frolichstein (Director of The Celiac Project Documentary) and Cam Weiner. Join Mike and Cam as they discuss living with celiac disease and navigating a safe gluten free lifestyle. They will feature special guests in the gluten free community, discuss current events and topics of interest.
 
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A Canadian Celiac Podcast

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A Canadian Celiac Podcast

Sue Jennett: gluten free baker and podcaster

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A Canadian Celiac Podcast will explore information, research, lifestyle issues and personal stories of individuals who have celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity. The host, Sue Jennett has access to some of the prominent minds and personalities in the celiac/gluten free community in Canada. You will learn about new initiatives of the Canadian Celiac Association and how they can benefit you. Sue counts more than 20 years since both she and her daughter have been diagnosed with celia ...
 
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The Holiday Season is underway, and having celiac disease or gluten intolerance can add extra stress to holiday events. Mike and Cam offer up some of their top holiday survival tips to help get you through this festive time and keep your wits. Wishing you all a very Happy Holiday Season!By Michael Frolichstein
 
It’s finally here – Episode 200 of the Podcast. As promised, I have handed over the podcast to Ellen Bayens of theceliacscene.com to ask me questions, which I didn’t know in advance. This is by far the longest episode of the A Canadian Celiac Podcast. Ellen went out of her way to contact many interesting guests from past episodes to solicit questio…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 164 Backpacking Around the World with Katie Barbaro of Casual Ecstasy Podcast Welcome to the Travel Gluten Free Podcast. Today, I have Katie Barbaro from the Casual Ecstacy Podcast. Katie is an occupational therapist, comedian, and up-and-coming author. She believes that life should be lived like an improv show, a…
 
On this episode I have the pleasure of speaking with Taleen Benson blogger and cookbook author. Taleen started her blog after her husband was diagnosed with a condition that required a gluten free, egg free diet. Taleen has a loyal following for her blog called “Just As Tasty”, and she was encouraged to write a cookbook of gluten free, egg free rec…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 163 Portable Gluten-Free Food Ideas for the Gluten Free Traveler Welcome to the Travel Gluten Free Podcast. Today, I’m sharing some easy, portable gluten-free food ideas to bring with you on your next adventure. By the time this airs, I will have just gotten back from a cruise, and I’m excited to share my experien…
 
In this episode we sit down with Lisa Fahey, MD and Betsy Turner, PhD from the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) to discuss pediatric care of celiac disease. The conversation covers topics like introducing gluten to babies at risk, helping children cope with their diagnosis, transitioning to adult care and so much more! Today's episode is …
 
Join in on the exciting conclusion of Stump Mike and Cam Vodka Palooza Part 2! Find out if Mike and Cam continue to get stumped by interesting vodka trivia and laugh along as they learn more hilarious and fascinating vodka facts. Most importantly. find out if they are able to decipher any of the mystery vodka ingredients, as we toast next week's sp…
 
On this episode I chat with Howard Selig who is not only a Registered Dietitian, but a trained chef. After recognizing the nutritional benefits of adding flax in the preparation of some foods for residents of a care home, Howard branched out filling the needs of other care homes by grinding flax seeds for them. Providing flax in different forms to …
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 162 Even More Amazing Gluten-Free Holiday Recipes Welcome to the Travel Gluten Free Podcast. I’m excited to bring another holiday recipe episode to you today. I’ve always loved baking, and after going gluten-free, I had to learn not only how to bake gluten-free, but how to bake gluten-free at a high altitude. Cook…
 
In this episode our Reach Beyond Celiac Ambassadors continue their conversation on how a celiac disease diagnosis can affect family relationships and give tips for eating together when some family members just don’t seem to understand your diagnosis. Today's episode is brought to you by Solutions for Celiac. Join their clinical trial currently rese…
 
Do you like vodka? Are you confident that you could taste the difference between vodkas made from different ingredients? Mike and Cam try their best to guess five different vodkas, while also answering vodka trivia and vodka fun facts. Drink along with us in part 1 of what can only be called Vodka Palooza 2021! Bottoms Up!…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 161 Living Gluten Free in Toronto with Ashley from Celiac and the Six Welcome to the Travel Gluten Free Podcast. Today, I have Ashley from ‘Celiac and the Six.' Ashley loves to bake, travel, and explore a gluten-free world for her and her daughter. She also hosts a Facebook group for young moms also living gluten-…
 
It’s the beginning of the month, which means I have the pleasure of chatting with Ellen Bayens of theceliacscene.com. Here’s some of the topics we covered – There has been very positive feedback on the stickers and wristbands available through www.celiackidstuff.com. The 200th episode of the podcast is coming up, and we’re turning the tables, so El…
 
Mike and Cam welcome returning guest, Cinde Little, founder of Everyday Gluten Free Gourmet. Cinde shares some of her great cooking tips for Fall and the Holiday Season. In addition to talking about her cooking classes she announces her new "Healthy Me" course, aimed at helping those who are struggling to shift over to the gluten free lifestyle, to…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 160 How to Find Safe, Gluten-Free Restaurants for Your Kids with Jenn Bigler Welcome to the Travel Gluten Free Podcast. Today, I’m with Jenn Bigler from Living Freely Gluten Free. She has a platform dedicated to gluten-free and dairy-free life, and is the author of two GF cookbooks. With multiple food allergies in…
 
On this episode I speak with a man who identified a void in the gluten free marketplace – that of a healthy, good tasting hamburger bun. Gus Klemos tells us his why, and more importantly his how he came up with a completely newly formulated gluten free bread that he named UnBun. Gus is from Toronto and in a few short years from very humble beginnin…
 
We wrap up another entertaining News and Notes podcast with a letter about bipolar disorder and the gluten-free diet. We also share a listener's exciting NIMA updates and some of our own thoughts about the NIMA sensor. We also briefly revisit Mike's summer gluten free adventures in Wisconsin and shout outs to the TCP Inner Circle.…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 159 The Advantages of Camping in State Parks Gluten Free We all love our national parks. But it's so easy to overlook the sunning state parks that many of us have right in our backyard! In this episode, I share some of the benefits I've learned in choosing a state park over a national park. You'll find that you ca…
 
It’s great for me to have returning guests on the podcast. Nicole Byrom RD, works with the Canadian Celiac Association as the Health Promotions Manager. When I contacted her about coming back on the podcast, she had a list of things she wanted to inform listeners about. The topic of arsenic in our food comes up often. Nicole tells us why this is im…
 
Mike and Cam share some amazing letters as well as current eye-opening news of a study finding. Part 1 includes a concerned listener sharing a disturbing picture from a local grocery store, a very promising drug out of Europe, that so far is nearly 100% effective in trials, plus talk of some favorite Halloween candy and more!…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 158 Tips on Camping Gluten-Free Since many people have been camping for their COVID vacation, I wanted to share with you great gluten-free food prep tips for creating meals, camping snacks, and food storage when you're camping. I've learned these experiences the hard way by making mistakes while on the road and ea…
 
Everyone has a diagnosis story, and I enjoy listening to and sharing many or them. This episode of the podcast is a conversation with Beau Bristow of Nashville TN. Beau was diagnosed as an adult and had a long list of symptoms, which to him were unrelated. Of particular note, was the brain fog, which by reason of the name, you don’t realize at the …
 
Mike and Cam sit down with Maya Tomasello, fellow celiac and founder and owner of The Inn Berlin in Berlin, Maryland. After losing her restaurant job due to the pandemic, Maya and her husband channeled their energy into opening a stunning Inn that everyone could enjoy that happens to be a dedicated gluten free establishment in an area that sorely n…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 157 Gluten Free Halloween Candy Listen in to this rerun of Gluten Free Halloween Candy and find out why brands you can normally trust have a different manufacturing process during the holidays. We know what happens when new food prep is involved - the addition of the potential for cross-contamination. Know which b…
 
For many people September and October are not as much about Autumn as they are about pumpkin spice everything. Being a baker, this has always interested me, but I have to say, except for pumpkin pie, I had pretty much stayed away. Cinde Little, of the Everyday Gluten Free Gourmet was the best person to get me up to speed on pumpkin spice – is it gl…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 156 Traveling Responsibly and Embracing Conscious Travel by Stephen Bailey Welcome to the Travel Gluten Free Podcast! Today, I have the honor of replaying my last guest’s podcast episode. Stephen Bailey of the Kated Travel Podcast, graciously shared his episode titled Embracing Conscious Travel. I’m excited to sha…
 
It’s the beginning of the month again, so I get the pleasure of speaking to Ellen Bayens of theceliacscene.com about some of the topics of interest that have come up during the past month. We discuss the diagnosis story of the family of a Neonatologist in the US who sought out the team at the Celiac Disease Program at Boston Children’s Hospital for…
 
Beyond Celiac recently published a thought provoking article entitled "Shattering the Myth: The Gluten Free Diet Isn't Enough to Treat Celiac Disease." In the post, they lay out the five main reasons that people with celiac disease need more treatments than the gluten free diet alone. Mike and Cam share their perspective on each of these points and…
 
Mike and Cam are excited to welcome back Josh Schieffer, founder of The Guided Buyer. Josh shares exciting news on how and why he expanded The Gluten Free Buyers Guide and Awards to include other types of dietary guides. Josh also tells us about how he turned his passion for surfing into a non profit, WatermansWarehouse.org, which provides free swi…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 155 Living in Africa as a Digital Nomad with Stephen Bailey of Kated Travel Podcast Welcome to the Travel Gluten Free Podcast! Today, I’m speaking with Stephen Bailey of Kated Travel Podcast about his experience as a digital nomad and his most exciting travel experiences in his 14-year journey around the world. Tr…
 
On this episode I speak with my daughter Deanna. She has been a guest on the podcast in the past, and I take this opportunity to ask her about some of her attitudes and coping skills dealing with celiac disease and how those compare to my approaches. I was a Mom of two beautiful girls when I was diagnosed, with Deanna’s diagnosis coming five months…
 
Much of the time when we talk about the manifestation and symptoms of celiac disease we talk about G.I.symptoms. In recent years we are learning more and more that neurological and psychological issues are more common than once believed. Mike and Cam dig deep into some of the connections. Included in their candid conversation is a recent study show…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 154 Gluten-Free African Safari Eco-Travel Welcome to the Travel Gluten Free Podcast, where you can listen in on how to lead a gluten-free lifestyle with more fun and ease! James Mwenda, a native of Kenya, is with me today, and we talk about his fantastic gluten-free, eco-safari tours, which are one of the items on…
 
The Canadian Celiac Association successfully presented two virtual conferences in 2020 and is now gearing up for the 2021 Conference. I speak with Nicole Byrom RD from the CCA who is organizing the conference. This conference will be somewhat different from all other CCA conferences in the past, in that of the two days, November 13th and 14th, the …
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 153 Take Your Next Gluten-Free Vacation with Ellen from Gluten-Free Vacations! Welcome to the Travel Gluten Free Podcast, where you can listen in on how to lead a gluten-free lifestyle with more fun and ease! Today, I have Ellen from Gluten. To find out more about gluten-free cruising, pick up The Guide to Traveli…
 
On this episode I speak with Carmen from the Ottawa Chapter of the Canadian Celiac Association who came up with the idea of organizing a sleep away camp for kids with celiac disease. The camp was to have occurred last year, but as we all know, the pandemic changed that. The camp did go ahead this past August and I’m thrilled to be able to talk to C…
 
Mike and Cam are happy to sit down with Mike's daughter Jessica, who is now officially a teenager. Jessica shares some of the ups and downs of her summer from a celiac perspective and how she feels about going back to school in person for the first time in almost 2 years! Jessica talks candidly about some of her takeaways from her remote schooling,…
 
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