While New York City is still officially on “PAUSE” and the inability to travel at the moment, I want to connect with the gluten-free community in a new way. When two of my favorite people on Instagram both approached me to go “LIVE” with them, I jumped at the opportunity.
A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of talking with sisters Pam and Anna Kruusi of Live Free Canada and the Living Free + Well Podcast. These sisters are both living in Canada and either have celiac disease or food intolerances. I was super excited to talk to them, especially since both my sister and I have celiac disease and our grandmother is from Canada. Nothing like keeping it in the family!
Traveling with a family can be a daunting experience. Add in a gluten-free diet and the challenges can be overwhelming. In this episode of the Gluten-Free Radio podcast, I discuss my expert tips and strategies for family travel and top accommodating destinations. I gave this interview while I was at the 2017 Washington DC Gluten-Free Education Day back in June.
I had the pleasure of being a guest on the Celiac Project Podcast a few weeks ago to talk all about traveling while living with celiac disease. I really like this podcast because hosts Michael and Cam keep the conversation lively, truthful, and real. They both have celiac disease so they know exactly what it is like to navigate life on a gluten-free diet with celiac. They have really interesting topics and seem to be gaining quite a following with their podcast. When Michael and Cam invited me to join them, I couldn’t resist the opportunity.
Take a listen to my 30+ year history of living with celiac disease, my top gluten-free travel tips, and more using the link below. I thank Michael and Cam of the Celiac Project Podcast for this fun conversation about gluten-free travel, a passion I want to share with everyone. I hope to join them again soon.
Take a listen by clicking on the image below.
Be sure to pick up the October 2015 issue of Gluten-Free Living magazine to see my latest article about traveling and eating gluten-free in Portland, Oregon. Find it on newsstands now!