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Author, chef discusses raising food-conscious children

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Author and chef Silvana Nardone joined 'The Nine' Wednesday to talk about eating healthy together as a family.

Raising her son who needs to eat gluten-free, Silvana knows firsthand the importance of preparing quick, family meals, as well as the need for delicious, gluten-free options. Ever since her son was diagnosed with gluten intolerance at the age of 10, she's worked to keep the fridge-and her family's stomachs-full, the way only a mom knows how, with patience and plenty of good food.

Log on to www.silvanaskitchen.com to see some of her recipes and learn about her book, "Cooking for Isaiah: Gluten-Free & Dairy-Free Recipes for Easy, Delicious Meals."

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