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Mar 3, 2021

It’s the beginning of March and time again to talk with Ellen Bayens of theceliacscene.com to delve into some of the studies and information she has brought us over the past month about celiac disease and the gluten free diet.  Ellen and I talk about a new non-invasive patch that might make diagnosis of celiac...


Feb 24, 2021

We’ve spoken before about some of the differences in the diagnosis of a child as opposed to an adult.  On this episode I speak with Lisa Rigney about how her daughter was diagnosed and some of the immediate changes it made to the family dynamic.  It’s easy in hindsight to look back and see some symptoms in a child...


Feb 17, 2021

Diagnosis stories are always interesting.  Some are very short, some take longer, and some standout because of their complexity.  On this episode I speak with Dr. Jenny Jagers, who has a doctorate in medicine, but is not a medical doctor.  She was able to recount her time before diagnosis, as well as the varied symptoms...


Feb 10, 2021

This week I’m thrilled to be speaking with Hayley Repton, producer of the short film – “Glutened”. The film is a fast-paced look at a young woman’s rollercoaster journey after diagnosis; how her life changes and how she comes to terms with the many aspects of her new lifestyle.  Hayley let us in on some behind...


Feb 3, 2021

Let’s start the blog with the show notes for this Episode –

It’s early February and time again to welcome Ellen Bayens of theceliacscene.com back to the podcast to discuss some of the news and happenings she has brought us from the celiac and gluten free world.  Ellen and I talk about a couple of studies, one to...