The Celiac Project Podcast – Navigating the Holidays & Giveaway

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Do you find the holidays to be challenging as someone who lives a gluten free lifestyle/has Celiac Disease? I understand. That’s why I’ve teamed up with Mike and Cam from the Celiac Project Podcast. In their latest episode we chat about:

  • The five-seven types of people you may encounter at parties
  • Our favorite tips to help you have a happy and safe holiday
  • Tips for non-GF family members listening to the podcast

Click HERE to listen to the full podcast or download in iTunes/Google Play Music.

Celiac Project

Many of us have family members who don’t understand Celiac Disease. Maybe they don’t want to take the time to learn about it, and perhaps some don’t think that Celiac is a big deal. In these cases, my favorite resource for discussing Celiac  is The Celiac Project documentary. The DVD is both informative and highly emotional. It clocks in at 60 minutes – requesting that your family sit down with you to watch a documentary for an hour is pretty reasonable. It’s not like you’re asking them to run a mile backwards in heels. Perhaps the visuals and interviews with others who have severely suffered from Celiac Disease will help your loved ones understand you better.

Limited Holiday Special – purchase the DVD for $19.95 (includes shipping. Normally $29.95). Order here:

http://www.celiacproject.com/the-celiac-project-film/order-dvd/

Order now to have for the holidays!

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GIVEAWAY! The Celiac Project Podcast is giving away one copy of the documentary on DVD. Enter via the rafflecopter link below. Continental US only. Giveaway ends Friday December 30th at 11:59pm EST.

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Disclaimer: I was not paid to write this. All opinions are my own, and I only recommend products that I, myself, use and love.

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9 thoughts on “The Celiac Project Podcast – Navigating the Holidays & Giveaway

  1. Well, for me doesn’t matter if it’s the holidays or regular days of the week. I will pack non-perishable snacks in the car. I’ve also been known to bring my own meal to friends and family gatherings in their home. I’ve also been know to go to my local restaurant and not eat or get a meal to go (from a restaurant that can safely offer me something gluten free) and take it parties.

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