Listen to My NABBW (National Association of Baby Boomer Women) Teleseminar on Celiac Disease


In addition to my work as a children’s author, I am dedicated to bringing awareness to celiac disease, which is caused by an autoimmune reaction to gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye, leading to damage to the small intestine and a variety of serious physical and mental symptoms.


I had the honor and pleasure of delivering a teleseminar on celiac disease with Anne Holmes, the “Boomer-in-Chief” of the NABBW, National Association of Baby Boomer Women.


Follow the link below to have a listen or download the teleseminar as an MP3:




Tina Turbin


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17 Responses to Listen to My NABBW (National Association of Baby Boomer Women) Teleseminar on Celiac Disease

  1. Hilary Jackman says:

    Thanks Tina for sharing this. I have heard you talk about celiac disease and gluten before and had an idea of what it was after googling it, but then I listened to this and really have a great understanding now.

  2. Larissa Daniels says:

    I listened and it was wonderful to hear your voice and get to know you and learn about it really important subject at the same time!

  3. Nadya says:

    Hello there, Tina. The baby boomer community is glad to have you! A very informative teleseminar.

  4. Natasha Pula says:

    Just finished listening to this and it was awesome! Very informative and interesting. Everything was so clearly laid out.

  5. Natalie says:

    can’t wait to listen to this!

  6. Dana says:

    It was so nice to hear your voice and get this information. XOXO Dana

  7. Zoe says:

    Thanks for sharing this. I may even become an NABBW member after checking out their site!

  8. Chelsea Herrera says:

    Hi Tina, thanks for the link. I listened to it and you answered a lot of my questions about celiac disease.

  9. Chelsea says:

    Hi Tina listened and I agree with everyone above. So glad that I did!

  10. Heather says:

    I listened and you were fabulous!!!

  11. Tara says:

    It was nice to finally learn about this disease since I see gluten-free all over the place and never really understood what that meant or why people avoid gluten. I am going to even try some gluten free cooking just to see what that will do for my health. Thanks!

  12. Denise Chappell says:

    What a great teleseminar! I’m so glad I decided to listen to this. I very rarely listen to things like this, although I think I really need to consider this now. I mean, I listen to talk radio all the time and get so much out of it and I loved lectures and college and still attend special lectures. I feel like a whole new avenue is opened up to me now…MP3s and teleseminars. Thanks!

  13. Silvia says:

    This was very informative. I was very surprised that some of the symptoms you mentioned are ones that I have been experiencing for some time. I hope I’m not being a hypochrondiac here, but I would really like to get tested now for gluten sensitivity and celiac disease. I have IBS and also severe migraines. Who knows? At least I can rule this out if the tests come out negative.

  14. Tiffanie says:

    Finally I found out what the heck this disease is! It’s so terrible, but I’ve read about it so much on your blog but I never really knew what it was. I thought it was something very complex and difficult to understand. So glad to hear instead that there is a very simple treatment–no gluten. It looks like the gluten free community has really developed some effective ways of meeting this dietary challenge, and I applaud you for contributing so much yourself to this important cause!

  15. Deanna Miller says:

    Learned a lot with this one. I didn’t even know there was a national organization for Baby Boomer women and I also didn’t realize how pervasive teleseminars are on the internet as a means of transmitting knowledge. It opened up my world actually. Thanks for sharing this!

  16. Denise says:

    Hi Tina that’s great that the NABBW had this talk with you about celiac disease. I hope that your teleseminar will really help women since there are still so many celiacs (most of them in fact) who don’t have a diagnosis even. There is a lot of work to be done!

  17. Nadia says:

    Thanks for the advice for us baby boomers. I can imagine how many older women must be out there wondering what the heck is going on with their bodies and not being able to do anything about it. This is very sad and alarming. I’m glad there are people like you out there who are letting American women know about celiac disease!

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