Mike and Cam are joined by pilot and fellow celiac, Marcia Wescott. Marcia talks about the specific challenges that she faces in her career as a professional pilot. Hear how she prepares for her 8 day trips and her often frustrating experiences with airport catering.
We check in with Cam on the way back from a road trip to St. Louis where he and his sister Peyton were on a quest for comedy. One of their favorite comedians, Tony Hinchcliffe, does a unique show called "Kill Tony", where audience members are able to put their names in a hat for the opportunity to get critiqued (or roasted in many cases) by Tony himself. We talk about how Cam prepped for his trip foodwise and find out if Cam or Peyton had the nerve to put their names in the hat!
In part 2 of our talk with scientist, Craig Hardgrove, we get deeper into some of the psychological effects of dealing with pre and post diagnosed celiac. On a lighter note, we also talk about our shared love of Chicago style beef sandwiches, and debate how to prepare the perfect sandwich--just don't forget the giardiniera!
In part 1 of our talk with Craig Hardgrove, Craig shares his story of how he used his ill health and angst to propose an audacious plan to NASA using tiny spacecrafts to find hidden hydrogen on the moon....spoiler alert...they accepted it! Mike, Cam and Craig discuss how their celiac (both pre and post diagnosis) have at times motivated them while other times they've held themselves back due to celiac.