I am thrilled to share the latest episode of the Celiac Project podcast. Hosts Michael and Cam asked me to come back to their show for a second time, this time to share my wisdom about celiac and gluten-free support groups. As the former organizer of the New York City Celiac Meetup group for more than ten years and the current organizer of the Santa Cruz Celiac and Gluten-Free Meetup groups, I have plenty of experience in that topic.
Support groups are a very important part of living with celiac disease. Finding someone else that you can say “ME TOO” when it comes to gluten, doctors, restaurants, or anything else unfortunate that comes with celiac (um, like poop?!) is such a comforting feeling. If you cannot find an in-person group, I highly suggest finding a friendly Facebook group or other online forum where you can connect with others.
Take a listen to episode 78 of The Celiac Podcast below.
Jul 10, 2017
Erin Smith’s wisdom will blow you away! She was instrumental in building the New York City Celiac Disease Meetup into the largest celiac support group in the world! You can read about Erin’s adventures on her 2 great blogs, Gluten-Free Fun and Gluten-Free Globetrotter.
Today, Erin talks all about celiac support groups, which are near and dear to her heart. She has some wild stories, and shares some thoughts and tips about starting or joining a support group in your area. We all need some peer support and Erin is excellent at connecting. Learn from one of the best!
(c) Gluten-Free Fun – Read story here.