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The Celiac Project Podcast

The Celiac Project Podcast: 2 Guys Talking Gluten Free--hosted by Michael Frolichstein (Director of The Celiac Project Documentary) and Cam Weiner. Mike and Cam invite you on their journey as they discuss living with celiac disease and gluten intolerance (NCGS) as well as navigating a safe gluten free life. Many shows feature special guests in the gluten free community. Listen, learn, enjoy and connect!
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Jan 12, 2016

The Celiac Project Podcast: 2 Guys Talking Gluten Free--hosted by Michael Frolichstein (Director of The Celiac Project Documentary) and Cam Weiner.  Join Mike and Cam as they discuss living with celiac disease and navigating a safe gluten free lifestyle. They will feature special guests in the gluten free community, discuss current events and topics of interest.

2 Comments
  • four and a half years ago
    Pamela Goldfarb
    Thankyou
  • over five years ago
    Charlotte
    Hi, it's great to hear more from men with celiac disease. Mike you mentioned that you had skin issues with your celiac. Almost 6 years ago my uncle was diagnosed with celiac in his late 40's after an awesome dermatologist diagnosed his by the text book DH rash on his elbows and knees that started in his 30's. My DH rash started six months before his diagnoses and as a 16 year old girl I was very self conscience about the itchy sores and managing my other random symptoms that were taking a toll on my ability to function. As a skinny pale waif I often tell skeptics of celiac disease that my uncle has it too and was a lineman on a division 1 football team in collage just to get the point across that celiac comes in all shapes,sizes, and symptoms. As DH is twice as common in men than women I feel it is an often over looked symptom of celiac disease. I would love to hear our guys take on skin problems and possibly DH.
    Sincerely, DH girl

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