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Today on the show I’m excited to have an interview with Ginger Hultin. Ginger is a nationally recognized Registered Dietitian and nutrition and health writer. She owns two Seattle-based integrative nutrition practices, Champagne Nutrition and Seattle Cancer Nutritionist where she helps clients optimize their health and wellness with an integrative approach. She specializes in vegetarian and plant-based diets, ketogenic diets, oncology nutrition, supplements, alcohol and health, and nutrigenomics. She is the author of the Anti-Inflammatory Diet Meal Prep published in August of 2020. On this episode of the podcast Ginger and I talk about her experience being a cookbook writer, how she utilized working with interns for her cookbook project, as well as Ginger’s experience having an agent for her cookbook projects.
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