The Celiac Project Podcast – Ep 259 : 2 Guys Talking Gluten Free

The “Big Game” is this weekend so we invited Sam and Brian to join this week’s show!  We get you ready by tasting a couple of ciders and beers and talk about our game day favorite foods. The discussion quickly turns to beer cheese, Welsh Rarebit, Nachos and something called Schmooey on Toast. It might sound cheesy, but is everything just better with cheese? Grab a cold one and decide for yourself as we get you ready for Sunday’s “Big Game!”



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The Celiac Project Podcast – Ep 258 : 2 Guys Talking Gluten Free

The mind/gut connection is powerful and very real, especially with those who have celiac disease and other related GI conditions. Mike and Cam sit down with Dr. Alyse Bedell of the University of Chicago, who specializes in this phenomenon, to talk with us about her approach in treating patients who are seeking relief. Dr. Bedell shares her advice for our listeners who are struggling with some of these issues.

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The Celiac Project Podcast – Ep 254 : 2 Guys Talking Gluten Free

As we crawl to the end of 2020, we thought it would be appropriate to toast its much-anticipated end with Ghost Pepper Saison Beer made by Ghost Fish. Reflecting on the strange year that was, it’s fitting that Cam shares his mom’s recent experience with COVID and the puzzling test results in their home. Ending on a sweet note, we look ahead to what we believe will be a much better 2021, toasting our listeners with a tasty Carmel Cocoa Cider by Stem. Happy New Year to all!



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The Celiac Project Podcast – Ep 253 : 2 Guys Talking Gluten Free

Mike and Cam have an illuminating conversation with Dr. Ritu Verma from the University of Chicago Celiac Center. Dr. Verma shares her unique perspective on treating celiac disease not only as a doctor, but as a parent of two children with celiac disease. Dr. Verma talks about her holistic approach to treating patients because she knows firsthand that moving forward with a celiac disease diagnosis is not a one size fits all proposition. She also shares her thoughts on the U of C’s recent Autoimmunity and Beyond symposium.



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The Celiac Project Podcast – Ep 252 : 2 Guys Talking Gluten Free

Mike and Cam sit down with Cinde Little, Health Educator, and passionate home cook who founded Everyday Gluten Free Gourmet. Cinde shares her personal story of how she became such a passionate advocate for supporting folks with celiac disease and helping people learn to love to cook gluten free. She also tells us some of her top cooking tips over the holidays and beyond including her “seasonal strategy” for rotating fresh ingredients when they are in season.



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The Celiac Project Podcast – Ep 251 : 2 Guys Talking Gluten Free

The life of a college athlete has may challenges. Add into that mix having celiac disease, and there can be many added speed bumps along the way. Laura Carpenter, a former college soccer player, explains what it was like to navigate the world of college athletics while being away from the safety net of her home and family for the first time. Laura also offers great tips to students and their families, athletes or not, on important factors to look for and think about when looking at schools.



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The Celiac Project Podcast – Ep 250 : 2 Guys Talking Gluten Free

Thanksgiving can present unique challenges to people with celiac disease or gluten intolerance. This year we have the added strain of dealing with COVID-19. Mike and Cam discuss what the changes will be for them this year as well as tips on how to stay safe during the holidays. They also share their insights on using the pandemic as an example for how careful we have to be in our lives avoiding gluten.



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