Podcast Episode 08: Don’t Let Being Gluten-Free Frustrate You!

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The latest episode of my Hold The Gluten Podcast is now live!

Episode 8 “The Good, The Bad, and The Gluten Free” Features:

  • Frustrations with being gluten free
  • Obsession with poop
  • Rarity of dining out – miss social aspect
  • Positive aspects of being gluten free
  • Diagnosis
  • Amazing gluten free community on Internet (GF blogs, Facebook, Twitter, MySpace)
  • “Mainstream” gluten free foods
  • Rachel at Crispy Cook 2 80+ blogger listing
  • NFCA Appetite For Awareness Event, Philadelphia, PA 09/24/2008
  • NFCA’s Gluten-Free Kitchen Protocol Training Program (GREAT)

 

Read the blog. Listen to the podcast. Educate yourself.

Rock on Celiacs!

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5 Comments

  1. Hi, Maureen! We met at PodCamp Philly a few weeks ago, and I’ve been listening to your podcast since then. I don’t have celiac disease, but I do have a pretty restrictive case of irritable bowel syndrome. I completely understand your frustrations with being able to find things to eat while out. Being a vegetarian that can’t eat raw fruits and veggies or soy or chickpeas or anything high in fat is sooo frustrating when out and about. *HUGS*

  2. I was kinda distracted reading your post…and I miss read it. I thought you wrote “The Obsession of Dining Out with Poop”…..I need the weekend!

  3. Girlfriend, I just listened to your podcast, The Good, the Bad and the Gluten. You are a total fecalfeliac! Let it go. Be at one with the poopy!

  4. OMG! I had tears in my eyes while listening to Episode 8 and I’m not sure if they were from laughing or crying… I think I was doing both. I’m right there with you on the poop thing. It took me 8 years to be diagnosed and by then, it seemed like I was in the bathroom 1/2 of every day. After being gluten free for a year I’m so much better, practically normal, however, I’m also obsessed with my condition… and secretly worried that this wonderful normality is just a fluke and all of my issues will come back, (although I know they won’t as long as I stay gluten free). I can’t tell you how great it is to hear somebody else talk about these things.

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