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Our Mission

The Celiac Project's mission is to explore what we can do individually and as a society to advance the conversation and raise awareness about celiac disease.
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The Podcast

Director of The Celiac Project Michael Frolichstein talks Celiac Disease and navigating a gluten free lifestyle with Cam Weiner.
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The Film

The inspiration for this film came after director Michael Frolichstein struggled with a series of mystery aliments before finally being diagnosed with Celiac Disease at age 40. Michael was shocked to learn that this auto-immune disease, which affects 1% of the US population, is 83% undiagnosed or misdiagnosed.
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It's summer road trip time for Mike and his family. While planning is usually key for this type of vacation, Mike is thrown a few early curveballs and he hits the road with some trepidation. Things improve quickly as some hidden gems start to materialize. Part 1 of this wild ride ends with Mike returning to a stressful college moment, but with the help of his trusty NIMA device and some amazing food, he makes it through with a new positive perspective.EP 336 - www.celiacproject.com/the-podcast/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Mike and Cam sit down with Jordan Clark, group leader of the GIG of Greater Oakland support group. Jordan shares his frustrating story of getting diagnosed with celiac disease while finishing college, and how his search for others trying to understand how to live a safe gluten free life led him to becoming an unlikely support group leader. We talk about the benefits to being part of this type of community, and Jordan shares his thoughts on the first steps to take if you are interested in starting a support group in your own area.EP 335 - www.celiacproject.com/the-podcast/GIG of Greater Oakland - www.facebook.com/groups/141984654425878GIG's support group web page: gluten.org/community/support-groups/Gluten Intolerance Group ... See MoreSee Less
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