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Guy Fieri’s Year-Round Healthy Indoor Grilling is What The Doctors Order

Tune in September 20 while The Doctors wrap up summer by bringing you healthy summer habits for all year round. Guy Fieri shows easy tips to grill healthy foods indoors and brings three recipes for everyone to try. Dr. Ordon reveals a non-invasive tummy tightening treatment, and The Doctors talk about a new weight loss drug.

Fieri, a celebrity from Food Network, has hosted several top-rated cooking shows, including Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, Tailgate Warriors, and as a guest judge on Food Network Star.
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Guy Fieri’s Macrobiotic Childhood Created a Food Rebel

Guy Fieri was like most kids growing up – loved his parents and hated their cooking. “My parents were into macrobiotic cooking – vegetarian, nondairy, whole grains, no red meat,” the Food Network star told People in a recent interview.guy fieri

While most kids rebel by skipping curfew or drinking, Fieri acted out by cooking. “I started cooking when I was 10 because I just couldn’t eat that stuff,” he says. His rebellion even includes a tattoo that reads “Kulinary Gangsta.”

He has an infectious passion for food, that he shares on many Food Network shows, as well as with his family of four. Fieri is married to wife Lori, and they have two sons, Hunter and Ryder. He gets the entire family involved when he’s in the kitchen (which due to shooting schedules is only about one-third the year). His kids help prepare recipes like deep-fried s’mores, four-bean salad, barbecue, pizza, sushi or Hunter’s spaghetti and meatballs.
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