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Food for Thought

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Grandmas Secrets

Grandmas Secrets


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This week we kick off a month of chefs, bakers, bloggers and writers talking about their singular passion just in time for the holidays! They will speak to us about those passions leading to successful careers.

After college graduation, Gina Silvestri worked as a private and government counselor. After stress from a high profile murder case caused her to hit rock bottom with a PTSD diagnosis, 3 years of meds made her 300 pounds. After learning about “Raw Food” and its infinite power to heal, in just 12 months, Gina lost the weight and medical diagnoses, and now fulfills her purpose of inspiring through her programs and services. Find her @LifeCoachGina.com, Twitter @RawFoodMuse, and Facebook/GinaSilvestri.

Marcia Kellogg is a Marketing Professional who started writing a food blog two years ago, after a life time of cooking and experimenting with new recipes and idea. Her goal is to inspire people to find their passion by tapping into the creative cook within themselves. Find her @: Food for Thought: Culinary Advice for the Everyday Cook,  at www.cookingandthecareergirl.blogspot.com,  on FaceBook: Marcia Nesci Kellogg, and Twitter @MarciaKellogg.

Stella Shamoun is the owner of Chaidon, organic  herbs & spices teas that boost the immune system, prevent cold & flu & help the digestive tract, and can also be used in recipes both for taste and healing properties. Find her at www.chaidon.com,.

So tune in, call in, and join the chat room. And, as always, be inspired!