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Jaden Hair

Jaden Hair is a television chef, author of 3 Asian cookbooks, and publisher of award-winning recipe and cooking site, Steamy Kitchen. She has been featured on the Today Show, CBS Early Show, Oprah.com and many national magazines and cookbooks. Jaden's speciality is Asian cooking that's fast, fresh and simple enough for tonight's dinner.
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Carol Kicinski

Diagnosed with gluten intolerance more than 20 years ago, Carol Kicinski has motivated millions to live happy and healthy gluten and allergen-free lives. 

Carol is a monthly TV Chef in her 6th season of episodes on the nationally syndicated show Daytime on NBC-based WFLA-Tampa Bay.

She is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Simply Gluten Free magazine, the most popular gluten free magazine in the marketplace today.

Carol is the author of three print cookbooks, including the best-selling book Simply Gluten Free Desserts (St. Martin’s Press, 2011), and Simply Gluten Free Quick Meals (St. Martin’s Press, 2012). Her recipes and articles have been published in more than 650 newspapers and magazines across the country.

Carol started her career in the gluten-free industry as a contracted recipe developer for major corporations. Then, in 2007, she founded Simply Gluten Free, a gluten-free recipe and lifestyle blog and website. Her fans have made it one of the top gluten-free websites in the world, with more than 775,000 monthly page views and 160,000 unique visitors per month. She has 240,000 Facebook followers.  Carol’s simplest passion is making “gluten-free recipes that are not just ‘good for gluten-free’ but just plain good, period!” See www.simplygluten-free.com for over 1,300 of her gluten free, dairy free, sugar free, soy free, nut free, recipes.

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Andrea Donsky

Andrea is a pioneer and visionary in the Natural Health Industry. She has combined her expertise as a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and an entrepreneur to educate the public on living an organic and non-GMO lifestyle. Andrea inspires people to make enlightened choices for healthy living through her businesses, books, articles, videos, speeches, and media appearances.

Andrea founded Naturally Savvy Media Inc. in 2007, a website with unique content dedicated to healthy living from a holistic perspective. 

Among her numerous publications, Andrea co-authored “Unjunk your Junk Food” published by Simon and Schuster, a book that journalist, author, and mother Maria Shriver endorsed: “Unjunk Your Junk Food has certainly made me more aware about the food that my children eat and the effects it has on our body and mind.”

 Andrea also co-authored two e-books entitled “Label Lessons: Your Guide To A Healthy Shopping Cart,” and “Label Lessons: Unjunk Your Kid’s Lunch Box.” 

Andrea co-hosts Naturally Savvy Radio – a live show – on RadioMD.  She has appeared as a healthy living expert on TV and radio across North American networks that include: NBC, ABC, CBS, Fox, Univision, WGN, KRON4, Better TV, City TV, CTV, CBC, and Global. She is also a regular guest on The Morning Jolt with Larry Flick on SiriusXM.   

Andrea has written and been interviewed for a variety of magazines and newspapers such as Health, Shape, Newsday, Women's Day, Men's Fitness, The Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, and online at the Huffington Post, the Examiner, Reader’s Digest, MariaShriver.com, Wellness.com, and The Food Network. 

Andrea is a passionate, engaging and sought after dynamic speaker. Her speeches, panel discussions, and hosting and moderating roles, promote healthy living in the real world. 

Andrea is the proud mother of three children who love seaweed, fish oil and kale chips.

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Bee Yinn Low

Bee is a cookbook author, recipe developer and publisher of the popular Rasa Malaysia blog. Bee specializes in easy and delicious Asian cooking, plus family-friendly recipes for the entire family. When not cooking and writing, Bee loves to travel around the world. Currently, Bee lives with her family in Irvine, California. 
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