Author and fellow Celiac, Keith Van Sickle, join Mike and Cam for a second time, this time with Keith's wife, Val. They share with us some of the main differences living gluten free in France versus the U.S. They also share some of their top tips navigating restaurants and social situations, which in France, almost always involve food. You'll feel like you've just visited Provence after this captivating discussion!
We look at 2 seemingly conflicting recent studies. A recent study conducted by the FDA says that food labeled gluten free almost always adheres to the gluten free standards in the U.S. The other study from The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition showed that most celiacs are consuming a much higher level of gluten than is safe. So what gives? We speculate on some of the reasons why we think this is happening.
Happy Celiac Awareness Month to everyone! Mike and Cam take a look at the current state of celiac awareness in the community and abroad. In addition, they talk about their personal approaches to spreading awareness in their own lives.
Just one year ago, Mike and Cam met fellow celiac advocate, Katie Jones, and heard her harrowing story about living with brittle bone disease and how her dog, Piper, helped her heal from that. Katie updates us on her latest challenges of being diagnosed with MALS and POTS. Find out how she's turned her latest road blocks into ways to inspire and support others!
Mike and Cam dive into Casey the College Celiac's post, 13 "Harmless" Comments that Actually Hurt People with Celiac Disease. What follows is a spirited and entertaining discussion of these sometimes outrageous comments.