The Celiac Project sprouted from a simple idea—raising awareness about celiac disease while giving people a place to share their stories and connect with others. Completing the documentary was the first goal, and our podcast is a natural extension of that, providing a platform for more current issues facing the celiac and gluten intolerant community.
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Part 2 of our Late Summer News and Notes features more great listener letters, including a few frustrating stories; one leading to multiple family members getting diagnosed, and a second from someone who is still searching for answers. We also report on a registry with way too many false negative celiac blood tests and a Beyond Celiac post showing that we are all in need of treatments in addition to the gluten free diet. Shout outs to our TCP Inner Circle and much more!EP 342 - www.celiacproject.com/the-podcast/... See MoreSee Less
Mike and Cam reach into their mailbag and share some current events for Part 1 of late summer News and Notes. They share a listener's unbelievable tale of restaurant misconduct that reminds the guys of the JD's challenges at Colonial Williamsburg. Even worse is a story from Newsweek about a man whose sister crosses the line in his gluten free kitchen. Also a couple from Colorado known for pizza and so much more!EP 341 - www.celiacproject.com/the-podcast/... See MoreSee Less