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A Young Woman Who's an International Celiac Advocate

Season 1, Ep. 1038

On today's Celiac Project Podcast:


A native of India and currently studying abroad in the UK, celiac advocate, Annika Dhariwal, has been working to raise awareness about celiac disease in India. Diagnosed as a child, Annika created her own website, Gluten Free Jio, finding countless ways to help raise awareness and support the celiac community. Annika's story and message are truly inspiring--she is a great asset to the celiac and gluten free community!


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