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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 ...
 
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.
 
The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness advances widespread understanding of celiac disease as a serious genetic autoimmune condition and works to secure early diagnosis and effective management. We empower our community to live life to the fullest, and serve as a leading and trusted resource that inspires hope, accelerates innovation and forges pathways to a cure. NFCA is affiliated with the leading researchers internationally and supports collaboration and partnership among scientists ...
 
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R U Ok day is an important day here in Australia. Let's spread the message and ask this question more often, because it is ok to not be ok. We just need to talk about it! Learn more about Ultimate Celiac System on my website belindawhelan.com So you don't miss a thing, be sure to subscribe to my weekly email updates here and receive your free copy …
 
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…
 
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…
 
I'm going against the grain and sharing what more people need to be talking about right now. With the current Pandemic, there's never been a more important time to focus on our immune system and take care of our health. *Previous Episodes Mentioned in this Podcast Episode 21 - listen here Episode 23 - listen here So you don't miss a thing, be sure …
 
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…
 
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 …
 
When you are struggling to get motivated and get your health and life on track, the roll on effect can help you achieve your goals. In Episode 25 I'm keeping it real simple with the One thing you can do starting today to help your mindset, body and health. Sign up to my email updates and receive your free copy of my Ebook '11 Mistakes People Make L…
 
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…
 
As a woman with Celiac Disease, it's important to focus on other areas of your health, aside from your Autoimmune Disase. With awareness on Women's Health Week, I'm sharing some tips with you on this episode to help you focus on your health. Episodes mentioned in this episode 5 Steps You Can Take This Week To Be A Healthier Celiac Sign up to my ema…
 
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,…
 
It's September, which for many means heading back to school, so Mike and Cam sit down with Andrea Tucker of Baltimore Gluten Free to talk about some of the challenges of going back to school with celiac disease or gluten intolerance. She also points out some issues that may have changed for the better due to pandemic protocols. We also discuss the …
 
It’s the beginning of September, so it’s my opportunity to speak with Ellen Bayens of The Celiac Scene about the studies and articles she has found over the past month to present to us. We talk about a study looking at the gut microbiome of infants, in an effort to identify differences over time in the gut microbiome that later develops into celiac…
 
Living with Celiac Disease, is more than just cutting out the gluten. There are also areas of your health to focus to help you be at your best. In this episode, we are chatting about the top foods that can be inflaming your body. *Episodes Mentioned in this Podcast Episode 10 - listen here Episode 21 - listen here So you don't miss a thing, be sure…
 
Mike and Cam are so pleased to sit down with Dr. Daniel Leffler, Senior Medical Director at Takeda Pharmaceuticals, Director of Research at the Celiac Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and an Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Leffler is at the forefront of celiac disease research and treatment. This illumi…
 
Some good news on this podcast from Julie Greene of the CCA and Marina Michaelides of Kinnikinnick. Kinnikinnick has partnered with the Canadian Celiac Association in celebration of their 30th birthday. Partnering with the CCA means helping them with ongoing special projects. In this case, Kinnikinnick is sponsoring the wide distribution of the Gro…
 
If you feel anxious about eating out for the fear of being accidentally glutened, in today's episode, I'm helping you put it into perspective. Thanks for tuning in and be sure to subscribe to my weekly email updates here and receive your free copy of my Ebook '11 Mistakes People Make Living Gluten Free' Learn more about Ultimate Celiac System here …
 
In this episode, Reach Beyond Celiac Ambassadors Bill, Lauren, Hayden and Clayton continue to discuss finding love when you have celiac disease. This interview was conducted remotely and followed all COVID-19 protocols, as have all our podcast episodes filmed since the pandemic began.
 
Last week Mike shared the details of his exciting trip to Madison, WI. The following week he packed up his family and went to Milwaukee to take in a Major League Baseball game and enjoy the downtown area. Although it seemed that there were going to be lots of great gluten free places to visit on the journey, there were also some challenges to findi…
 
As the pandemic has progressed, organizations have become more creative in adapting their annual events to still continue, but in a different format. That is certainly the case with the Scotiabank Run being held in Toronto. The CCA is heading up Team Celiac and inviting anyone across the country to Step Up for Team Celiac and participate in whateve…
 
Even though you are eating Gluten Free, the food you are eating may still be causing inflammation within your body. In today's episode, I am sharing 13 Foods that you can add in to support you in feeling better. Thanks for tuning in and be sure to subscribe to my weekly email updates here and receive your free copy of my Ebook '11 Mistakes People M…
 
Mike took a couple of consecutive weekends to visit two great Wisconsin cities and see what they had to offer from a gluten free perspective. First up is Madison for a softball tournament. While there, Mike and his family had some amazing Venezuelan food and gluten free pizza, allowing them to eat like everyone else (and skip the lines). In next we…
 
A Conversation with Cinde Little On this episode I speak with Cinde Little, a guest I recently spoke with on the podcast regarding her virtual baking classes. Cinde has released a comprehensive course for those new to gluten free, as well as those who are continuing to struggle with the gluten free lifestyle. In Cinde’s words – “This is an introduc…
 
If you are like most people, you would have had cravings and not been able to control them. Well, there's a reason for cravings. In this episode, we are getting to the bottom of what could be causing your cravings. Thanks for tuning in and be sure to subscribe to my weekly email updates here and receive your free copy of my Ebook '11 Mistakes Peopl…
 
Mike and Cam are excited to be joined again on the podcast by "Chef Brian,"(also known as Cam's Dad). Brian shares some of his favorite summer meals, tips and recipes and they reminisce about an incredible 4th of July meal prepared by Brian. In addition, the three guys each chime in about their summer must have meals.…
 
I look forward to chatting with Ellen Bayens of www.theceliacscene.com at the beginning of every month to get caught up on celiac and gluten free news that has come to light over the past few weeks. On this episode, Ellen and I speak about a press release from the UK regarding the price increase of rice flour and how it might affect gluten free foo…
 
In this episode I am busting another 10 myths about Celiac Disease. If you missed the previous episode, be sure to go back and listen to the first 10 myths I talked about. Thanks for tuning in and be sure to subscribe to my weekly email updates here and receive your free copy of my Ebook '11 Mistakes People Make Living Gluten Free' And I would love…
 
There are new studies looking at the correlation between celiac disease and IBS. Mike and Cam talk about their personal diagnosis of both conditions and talk about some of the similarities and differences that they see between the two. They also examine the fact that some people with IBS who are not diagnosed with celiac disease (but have a celiac …
 
I spoke with Lisa Rigney on Episode 180 of the podcast about what happens when a child gets diagnosed. Realizing it actually becomes a diagnosis for the entire family, I asked Lisa back to talk about some of the resources she found and used after her daughter was diagnosed. Recently, Lisa wrote an article for the newsletter of the Edmonton Chapter …
 
In the upcoming weeks, a small group of Reach Beyond Celiac Ambassadors will sit down and talk about living with celiac disease. In this episode, Bill, Lauren, Hayden and Clayton discuss finding love when you have celiac disease. This interview was conducted remotely and followed all COVID-19 protocols, as have all our podcast episodes filmed since…
 
In this episode I am busting 10 myths about Celiac Disease. I had so much fun recording this episode for you as it blows me away how many crazy stories there are about our Autoimmune Disease. Tune in to the next episode where I will be busting another 10 myths for you. Thanks for tuning in and be sure to subscribe to my weekly email updates here an…
 
Long time friend of the show, Erin Smith, of Gluten Free Globetrotter fame, joins Mike and Cam to talk about her 40 years of living with celiac disease. Since Erin's initial diagnosis as a very young child, much has changed in the celiac and gluten free world. Erin shares some of her most profound takeaways living a life with celiac both from the p…
 
It’s always special when I have a returning guest to the podcast. I last spoke in person to Jerry Bigam during the “State of Celiac Symposium” organized by the Canadian Celiac Association in Toronto more than two years ago. So much has happened since. I was curious as to how our trusted gluten free businesses faired during the complete upheaval of …
 
It's hard enough as an adult living with Celiac Disease. But for a child, it's a life changing disease that needs your support to help them thrive. In today's episode, I am sharing with you ways to support your child from a young age through to high school and beyond. Thanks for tuning in and be sure to subscribe to my weekly email updates here and…
 
Mike and Cam sit down with Carla Carter, Director of Outreach and Programing at National Celiac Association (NCA). Carla shares her own personal celiac story as well as the origin story of NCA. We also learn about some of the exciting programs and initiatives that NCA is doing to support those with celiac disease. This includes online and in person…
 
On this episode I speak with food blogger and recipe developer Cinde Little, also known as The Everyday Gluten Free Gourmet. Over the past year, Cinde has pivoted her in-person baking and cooking classed to online classes, and this is where I spent an enjoyable evening this past week. This may not seem like a big deal, but Cinde has worked to achie…
 
It can be tough having Celiac Disease when you have people in your life that are unsupportive. In today's episode we are talking about the number 1 thing that you can do to turn it around. Thanks for tuning in and be sure to subscribe to my weekly email updates here and receive your free copy of my Ebook '11 Mistakes People Make Living Gluten Free'…
 
In the exciting conclusion of our 2 part Summer News and Notes podcast, Mike and Cam share more fascinating letters from listeners. This includes questions about gluten detection dogs and oats, how we go about dining out, and some important work being done by the National Celiac Association. The guys also share their thoughts on a recent Italian st…
 
On this episode I speak with Lisa Rigney of the Edmonton Chapter of the Canadian Celiac Association about her family’s experience of having a child diagnosed with celiac disease. Lisa takes us through what happened, and more importantly, how the family coped. We all understand a serious diagnosis is overwhelming, but I think by sharing our experien…
 
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