Hold The Gluten Podcast/April 6, 2012/Maureen /2 Comments/425 views Podcast Episode 50: Be a Part of Celiac Disease Researchshare on:FacebookTwitterPinterestThe latest episode of Hold The Gluten Podcast is now live! Episode 50 “Help With Celiac Disease Research” Features: Dr. Daniel Leffler of Beth Israel Medical Center speaks about a study that will help researchers better understand a new test for celiac disease. Learn how to participate from the comfort of your home! What do YOU think of the HTG Podcast? Leave your feedback wherever you download this podcast! Read the blog. Listen to the podcast. Educate yourself. Rock on Celiacs! Subscribe to the podcast using iTunes (or whatever media player you use) at http://feeds2.feedburner.com/htgpodcast Click the player below to listen to the show now! http://traffic.libsyn.com/holdthegluten/050_HoldTheGluten-05Apr2012.mp3 And here is the direct download share on: FacebookTwitterPinterest previous articleAdorably Delicious Gluten-Free Easter Bunny Cake Recipenext articlePodcast Episode 51: Easter & Passover Menus Everyone Will Love MaureenMaureen Stanley was diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 2005. Way back before gluten-free was “mainstream“. Maureen created Hold The Gluten blog and podcast in 2008 as a way to connect members of the gluten-free community across the world. Related Posts1138 viewsHold The Gluten Podcast/February 21, 2013 /1 Comment Podcast Episode 79: Important Pediatric Celiac Disease Update778 viewsHold The Gluten Podcast/February 14, 2013 /1 Comment Podcast Episode 78: Pack Your Bags! Easy Gluten-Free TravelPodcast Episode 77: Let’s Celebrate a Gluten-Free Happy & Healthy New YearPodcast Episode 76: Surviving the Gluten-Free Holiday FrenzyPodcast Episode 75: Gluten-Free Holiday Gift Basket IdeasPodcast Episode 74: Don’t Waste the Gluten-Free Leftovers! 2 Comments I’ve been reading a lot about this! I went on a gluten-free diet a couple of weeks ago and I already feel the difference. Reply Here in Sweden the price difference for the more expensive gluten free food is paid by the government. Do you have anything similar in the US? Reply Leave a Response Cancel reply CommentName Email This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.