The Celiac Project Podcast – Ep 187: 2 Guys Talking Gluten Free

Mike has made two trips to Madison, Wisconsin this summer. The second was with the great crew from GIG Chicago. He shares fantastic tales of other-worldly gluten free treats including refreshing beer from Alt Brew, tasty poke bowls, the most amazing waffles ever (?), and wait for it…gluten free deep fried cheese curds, Tachos (think nachos, but with tater tots) and FUNNEL CAKES!



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The Celiac Project Podcast – Ep 182: 2 Guys Talking Gluten Free

Jessica Hanson is back! Jessica had a great approach to simplifying the process of making her wedding gluten free.  She t shares her amazing gluten free culinary adventures on her honeymoon in Italy. We knew that Italy was an incredible celiac destination, but you won’t believe just how accommodating they are. After this conversation, Mike and Cam are ready to pack their bags!



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The Celiac Project Podcast – Ep 181: 2 Guys Talking Gluten Free

After finding that Nexvax2 did not provide, “meaningful protection from gluten exposure when compared with placebo,” ImmusanT pulled the plug on their trial. Mike and Cam share their thoughts and also discuss a highly informative article written by Kelly Carter, a participant in the study. In the end, we are optimistic that more good will come out of this down the line, and we talk about why trials like these are so important to help us hopefully find a cure for celiac disease.



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The Celiac Project Podcast – Ep 179: 2 Guys Talking Gluten Free

Taylor Miller, of Hale Life Blog talks candidly about his diagnosis, plus some of the huge challenges that he faced in his teens and what inspired him to share his experiences at such a young age. Taylor shares his thoughts on a variety of topics including how he handles some of the awkwardness of broaching the topic of celiac and being gluten free on the first date.



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The Celiac Project Podcast – Ep 178: 2 Guys Talking Gluten Free

All seemed bleak for the prospects of the boy (known as J.D.) and his father who were forced out into the rain to eat their own food while on a school trip to Colonial Williamsburg. After an appeal, however, a panel of 3 judges has ruled 2 to 1 that the case will go to trial after all. Mike and Cam share their thoughts of why this is such a monumental case for the celiac and allergy communities.



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