Do you have issues taking traditional recipes and converting them to gluten free recipes? Alex Hutchinson, who was diagnosed with celiac disease early in his life, made it his mission to help folks do just that. He created the app and website Recipe Revolution to help consumers and restaurants take traditional favorites and turn them into equally tasty gluten free versions.
Returning guest, Leah Davis, connects with us from Berlin, Germany. When we first talked to Leah (Episode 162) she told us what it was like to be newly diagnosed with celiac disease while also navigating living in a new country. Leah is now pregnant with her first child, and she shares her experiences as a celiac. She shares her top takeaways and tips to others with celiac who are considering having a baby.
Before quarantine started, Mike and Cam sat down to talk about new research including the exciting new mouse model being conducted at the University of Chicago. Other topics include some reasons why it can be so hard at times to figure out if you were glutened at a restaurant.
Coral Barajas, founder of Serving Celiacs and the podcast, You & Me Gluten Free, stops by to chat with Mike and Cam. We also are excited to be joining Coral on her podcast, so make sure to check that out on Tuesday of this week. Learn all about Coral and what inspired her passion for helping people on their celiac and gluten free journey.
After a couple of weeks of special guests talking about the coronavirus we are back today with part 2 of Cam's California adventure. Cam tells us about his journey to Big Bear National Park. We hear about the amazing food that he and his father Brian cooked up between skiing and snowboarding. The trip was not without setbacks as Cam had to push through a sinus infection at the tail end of their vacation, but that didn't stop him from checking out his favorite comedy show.