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Chef Gigi Gaggero

Chef Gigi Gaggero is an award-winning chef with over thirty-five years of culinary industry experience. Former Academic Director who wrote and implemented the famed Le Cordon Bleu’s HRM program in San Francisco, California. She specializes in children and families to help increase nutritional awareness and take some of the stress out of being a busy, aware parent. Author of, Food Fight for Parents of Picky Eaters. Chef Gigi has appeared in a variety of media outlets including NPR, Radio Disney, NBC, CBS, and most recently ABC. Today, Chef Gigi continues to advocate healthy foods and time-saving techniques through writing, speaking, and coaching families on how to shop, prep, cook, eat and live better. Follow Chef Gigi on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn or check out her website at www.gigigaggero.com.

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Processed Food

Does Your Family Need a Processed Food Intervention?

posted in General Health

What if I said to you while making your child's lunch “don’t forget to pack the cigarettes!” Would you think I was crazy? According to the World Health Organization[1], unh...

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Holiday With Your Picky Eater

Ways To Steer The Holiday’s Diet Of Picky Eater

posted in General Health

It’s that time of year again. Family, children, travel, overstimulation and food. If you are a parent or caregiver of a child under ten, you might have a love-hate relationship w...

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Slow Parenting

Incorporate In Your Family The Magic Of Slow Parenting

posted in General Health

Hurry up to Slow Down. “Slow Parenting”– a trend that emerged back in 2009– when my kids where in middle-school and high-school. The phrase took aim at multitasking parent...

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Eating Old Mushrooms

What Are The Side Effects of Eating Old Mushrooms?

posted in General Health

You were probably in a situation where you noticed a pack of mushrooms in your fridge that you completely forgot about, and you decided to throw them into the garbage. That was a ...

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