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About Ginger Hultin
A dynamic and seasoned Seattle-based registered dietitian nutritionist and owner of the concierge nutrition practices Champagne Nutrition® and Seattle Cancer Nutritionist, Ginger Hultin MS RDN is passionate about health. She is a graduate of both the University of Washington and Bastyr University.
She has authored two cookbooks that focus on healing the body with a whole-foods approach. Her first book, Anti-Inflammatory Diet Meal Prep, is based on her experience as a clinical dietitian helping clients with pain, fatigue, autoimmune diseases, cancer, and beyond feel better with foods that calm inflammation. The How to Eat to Beat Disease Cookbook takes a dive into research on how food heals the body, supporting the systems we have in place to avoid disease and live a long, vibrant life.
Ginger practices with an integrative approach to nutrition. Her focus is on whole, unprocessed plant-based foods that are easily accessible and that you'll find right in your own pantry or garden. Her recipes are always versatile, simple, and delicious.
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This inflammation diet cookbook offers step-by-step instructions on shopping, prepping, and cooking tasty, nutritious meals. Following the week-by-week meal plan, your fridge will be stocked with multiple healthy dishes, ready to be heated and enjoyed. Keep your taste buds happy with over 80 delightful recipes including sweet and crunchy ginger-berry granola, tangy lemony lentil salad, and hearty baked salmon cakes. It’s easy to maintain a daily, anti-inflammatory diet when you have satisfying, whole-food meals at the ready!
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How to Eat to Beat Disease Cookbook includes:
- Bioactive recipes—Each recipe has at least three bioactive (or health-promoting) ingredients, from fresh produce to herbs and spices, so you can maximize the benefits of every meal.
- A 14-day meal plan—Easily adopt the Eat to Beat Disease program with two weeks of pre-planned meals and grocery shopping lists to help you get started on the right foot.
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- Recipe tips and tricks—Find variation suggestions with most recipes so you can make the dishes even healthier and adjust them to suit every taste and dietary preference.
Help your body heal and protect itself with the practical guidance in How to Eat to Beat Disease Cookbook.