As dietitians, we each have a unique journey. From the places where we receive our education to the way we structure our businesses, our journeys shape the decisions we make and the clients we help.
In this episode, I interview Ginger Hultin to learn from her path and experience. From the dietetics program at Bastyr to building her clinical practice, Ginger offers a wealth of knowledge.
- If having a niche really important.
- If accepting insurance is essential for success.
- Why mentorships are so empowering.
- What empowered Ginger to succeed as a client registered dietitian.
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MORE ABOUT GINGER:
Ginger Hultin MS RDN CSO is a Seattle-based clinical dietitian and media expert who runs a virtual private practice and food blog, Champagne Nutrition. She specializes in integrative oncology and complex clinical cases. Ginger is the author of the oncology chapter in the new ‘Krause’ nutrition textbook (15th ed) and Anti-Inflammatory Diet Meal Prep.
Ginger’s Website: Champagne Nutrition
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