Gigi Carter

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Gigi Carter, nutritionist, personal trainer and author, resides in Washington state. She earned her bachelor’s degree in economics from John Carroll University and a master’s in business administration from Cleveland State University. Over the last two decades, Carter’s career has been mostly with Fortune 500 companies in financial services and manufacturing. Carter made a career change in 2016 to pursue her master’s in nutrition sciences from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, where she graduated with honors, and launched the socially conscious nutrition and wellness practice, My True Self, PLLC. Carter is a licensed nutritionist in the State of Washington, and certified personal trainer and senior fitness specialist with the National Academy of Sports Medicine. She is the author of The Plant-Based Workplace and co-author of The Spinach in My Teeth.

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How the health experts exercise

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Five Ways a Plant-Based Diet Will Improve the Quality of Your Life

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How I formed a new habit that drastically changed my life.

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Three Tips for Managing Stress

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The Business Case for a Plant-Based Workplace

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Food and Climate Change

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Diet and Chronic Disease Risk

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Is Junk Food at Work Really a Matter of Personal Responsibility?

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Does the Workplace Promote Obesity?

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Does the Workplace Promote Obesity?

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