15 January 2010 ~ 1 Comment

Gluten Free Podcasts

Gluten free topics are regularly featured on podcasts. A podcast is a high-tech term for a radio program broadcast on-line and celiac friendly information is an important part of some of them.

Hold the Gluten.com publishes gluten free podcasts. The speaker shares her experiences living gluten free providing important information as well as talking about her experiences as a celiac.

♦ The broadcasts on The Gluten Free Mall’s website are more formal and technical, but there is much valuable information to be obtained.

♦ As far as I know, these are the only sites that specialize in celiac-related concepts, but many other sites have information that is potentially important. For example, National Public Radio recently posted a podcast about the experience of a thirteen year old boy who was beginning the gluten free diet. The link I’ve given you will allow you to listen to the podcast, read a transcript of it, and read an article about the family’s experience.

Please let me know if you discover other podcasts. Our gluten free community needs to know about them. Leave a comment at the bottom of this article or e-mail me at gfceliac@gmail.com.

One Response to “Gluten Free Podcasts”

  1. Maureen "Hold The Gluten" 22 January 2010 at 2:42 pm Permalink

    Excellent post!!! Thanks so much for the mention of my Hold The Gluten podcast 🙂 As for audio podcasts, myself and Celiac.com are the only two I’m aware of (to date). Another option to explore: video podcasts. If you enter the search “gluten free” in iTunes and select “Podcasts”, there are several video podcasts available for viewing. They range from videos on gluten free product review to step by step gluten free cooking.

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