Join me on November 13th at 4pm PST as I share my top tips for traveling with celiac disease. I will be joined by Kyle Dine, founder of Equal Eats and fellow allergen-aware world traveler. Thank you to the Celiac Disease Program at Seattle Children’s for hosting this event.
I am so excited to be a speaker at the Kogan Celiac Center virtual support group tomorrow with my great friend Maureen Basye from Celiac Cruise. We are sharing our top gluten-free travel tips and how to stay healthy on your summer vacation. Now that things have opened back up, we want to help you travel the world while living 100% gluten-free. Maureen and I both agree that you should never let celiac disease stop you from seeing the world.
This virtual support group, led by Michelle Pasia, MPH, RDN, Program Coordinator of The Kogan Celiac Center, is for those with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity as well as their loved ones who would like to learn more. It is designed to share and learn about what is new in the gluten-free world through conversation, recipes, tip exchanges and educational presentations. Gluten free is always a family issue so feel free to invite your family members.
Advanced online registration is required. Once registered, you will receive a link to the email you register with to join the meeting. You can join with audio and video or audio only. You will need to have access to GoToMeeting, and by joining the meeting you consent to being a part of the virtual support group with audio and video capabilities.
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Join me on Thursday, June 17 at 5:30pm ET when I go LIVE with the Virtual Celiac Disease and Gluten-Free Support Group of the Kogan Celiac Center of RWJBarnabas Health. This live webinar is FREE and all are welcome.
One of the things I miss the most during this pandemic is connecting with the celiac community and networking with food brands in real life. In a normal year, I have usually been to at least two events by mid-February. While it is still not advised to meet with large groups in person, there are plenty of virtual events in the next few months where we can connect online. I am excited to share the following events with you.