Mike and Cam are excited to welcome Cam's younger sister, Peyton, for her maiden voyage on the podcast. Fresh off her 21st birthday, Peyton travels to Minnesota where she samples Burning Brothers Brewery, Olivia's Organic Cafe and Sift Gluten Free Bakery. Then Peyton, Cam, and their parents make the pilgrimage to Lambo Field to see their beloved Packers. After some challenges to their tailgating adventure, hear how they turn things around and bring home a big win!
Cam recently journeyed with a few friends to Michigan and completely stepping out of his comfort zone by eating out at a number of restaurants with gluten free offerings. Armed with his trusty Find Me Gluten Free App, he was able to discover a number of surprising and fantastic dining establishments including; Blackbird Waterhouse, Renee's Gourmet Pizzeria and Brown Iron Brewhouse. Come along with us, and bring your appetite!
As 2022 waits in the wings, Mike and Cam look ahead by sharing their personal thoughts on the meaning of making resolutions, including theirs for the New Year, as well as their hopes for the celiac and gluten free community in 2022 and beyond. Mike and Cam also want to hear from you--what are your resolutions this year? Share your thoughts with us on social media or on our "share your story" page on our website: www.celiacproject.com Wishing you all a very happy and healthy New Year!
Mike and Cam discuss a disturbing news story out of Canada, where a woman with celiac disease was not given safe gluten free food for over 40 hours while in quarantine. We also look at a study that talks about connections between loneliness and a compromised gut biome.
In the Chicagoland area, when we think of gluten free treats, look no further than Sweet Ali's bakery. Mike and Cam are excited to sit down with Ali herself and hear what inspired her to change up her career. She bakes some of the most delicious cookies, cakes and cinnamon rolls out there!
The Holiday Season is underway, and having celiac disease or gluten intolerance can add extra stress to holiday events. Mike and Cam offer up some of their top holiday survival tips to help get you through this festive time and keep your wits. Wishing you all a very Happy Holiday Season!
Join us on this special episode as we celebrate our 300th podcast by looking back at some of our most "mind blowing" moments that have had the most impact on us personally. We also thank the many guests that have each made such a big impression on us along our own journey.
Join in on the exciting conclusion of Stump Mike and Cam Vodka Palooza Part 2! Find out if Mike and Cam continue to get stumped by interesting vodka trivia and laugh along as they learn more hilarious and fascinating vodka facts. Most importantly. find out if they are able to decipher any of the mystery vodka ingredients, as we toast next week's special 300th episode!
Do you like vodka? Are you confident that you could taste the difference between vodkas made from different ingredients? Mike and Cam try their best to guess five different vodkas, while also answering vodka trivia and vodka fun facts. Drink along with us in part 1 of what can only be called Vodka Palooza 2021! Bottoms Up!
Mike and Cam welcome returning guest, Cinde Little, founder of Everyday Gluten Free Gourmet. Cinde shares some of her great cooking tips for Fall and the Holiday Season. In addition to talking about her cooking classes she announces her new "Healthy Me" course, aimed at helping those who are struggling to shift over to the gluten free lifestyle, to make a smooth transition.
We wrap up another entertaining News and Notes podcast with a letter about bipolar disorder and the gluten-free diet. We also share a listener's exciting NIMA updates and some of our own thoughts about the NIMA sensor. We also briefly revisit Mike's summer gluten free adventures in Wisconsin and shout outs to the TCP Inner Circle.
Mike and Cam share some amazing letters as well as current eye-opening news of a study finding. Part 1 includes a concerned listener sharing a disturbing picture from a local grocery store, a very promising drug out of Europe, that so far is nearly 100% effective in trials, plus talk of some favorite Halloween candy and more!
Mike and Cam sit down with Maya Tomasello, fellow celiac and founder and owner of The Inn Berlin in Berlin, Maryland. After losing her restaurant job due to the pandemic, Maya and her husband channeled their energy into opening a stunning Inn that everyone could enjoy that happens to be a dedicated gluten free establishment in an area that sorely needs it. You will not believe how quickly she got the Inn opened, and the amazing response that they have received from their guests!
Beyond Celiac recently published a thought provoking article entitled "Shattering the Myth: The Gluten Free Diet Isn't Enough to Treat Celiac Disease." In the post, they lay out the five main reasons that people with celiac disease need more treatments than the gluten free diet alone. Mike and Cam share their perspective on each of these points and takeaways from the article.
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 swim lessons to children in his community without easy access to pools.
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 showing that a large portion of folks diagnosed with ADHD actually have undiagnosed celiac. Mike also shares some of his childhood neurological challenges and his own issues around ADHD.
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, what she's looking forward to about returning to school in person, and the things that are adding to her stress. She certainly isn't looking forward to the cafeteria food fights!
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 importance of 504 plans and how to plan for success when your student is heading off to college. Andrea has many tips and tricks and shares news of an upcoming webinar and her excellent GF College 101 Course.
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 illuminating conversation covers far reaching topics ranging from the mechanisms that turn on celiac disease to some of the very promising treatments and cures coming down the pipeline. Dr. Leffler also shares his candid thoughts about what the future looks like for the celiac community.
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 finding safe options along the way. Learn about how their family's quickly planned trip had some highs, lows and avoidable mistakes. Get Mike's top restaurant picks and places that you might want to skip.
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 week's episode, their journey to Milwaukee at times turned into a scavenger hunt for safe meals.
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.
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 gene), tend to do better on a gluten free diet. Hopefully studying celiac and IBS together will lead to more medical breakthroughs!
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 perspective of a child and an adult. She also shares what got her started advocating for people with celiac disease and what keeps her going.
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 support groups, their exciting "Feeding Gluten-Free" program to help those with food insecurity, and so much more!