Cam is back in Vegas, and this time he won't be "rolling the dice" in hopes of getting safe food, because one of his travel companions is the NIMA sensor. Cam and his sister Peyton put the NIMA through its paces as the NIMA came through big time for him. Cam shares some challenging moments while eating out and educates us on how to really get the most out of using this clever and helpful device.
Mike and Cam are happy to welcome back Maureen Basye, founder of the Celiac Cruise. Maureen reflects on some of the highlights that she and Mike experienced on the last Celiac Cruise. We learn about the great lengths that she and her team go through to ensure everyone has a safe experience. She also shares details on their exciting upcoming offerings, including a European gluten free adventure and cultural experience that will truly be life changing!
Vanessa Weisbrod and Stacy Walker of Boston Children's Hospital sit down with Mike and Cam to talk about food insecurity and the ambitous food pantry that they have set up that includes gluten free offerings. Boston Children's is at the forefront of supporting people in their community who are in need of these types of important services and we discuss how similar programs can have a positive impact in other communities.
Mike and Cam are joined by Tricia Timney, founder of SLNG Consulting (Spread Love Not Gluten). Tricia shares her dramatic story of getting diagnosed with celiac disease, and how her desire to eat out safely in her area led her to come up with a new business. Tricia's is now working to help businesses ensure that they are following the best protocols and practices in providing safe gluten free food to diners. Tricia also tells us some of her personal tips to staying safe when eating out.