After graduating from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and going on to earn her doctorate degree at New York Chiropractic College, Dr. Ginger has specialized in helping to educate others to heal with a 3-pronged approach: 1. The Mind-Body Connection 2. Super-Nutrition 3. Detoxification.
Dr. Ginger is a founding member a wellness consulting company known for its unique approach to turning around disease in as little as 30 days and strategically taming escalating health care costs in both Corporate America and the private sector.
Dr. Ginger, an authority on workplace wellness, is bucking the old system of "disease management" and is blazing a new trail with her "disease reversal" approach to corporate wellness, assisting Fortune 300 and 500 companies, country clubs and restaurants, and even professional and high school sports teams with their health challenges and inspiring radical behavioral changes in clients that translates into both lives and dollars saved.
Known for her "Fat Funeral Detox" and her "7-Day Online Fat Funeral Detox Nutrition Bootcamp" programs as well as her "pH Parties," Dr. Ginger gets the unhealthy back on the road to exceptional health and makes them fit for office and health literate in as little as 30 days. From high cholesterol to diabetes, obesity, gout, arthritis, and a host of other modern day diseases, Dr. Ginger asserts, "Your body, if given the proper tools, can heal itself of disease." It's those healing tools she teaches.
Before founding her wellness consulting company, Dr.Ginger was Director of Corporate Wellness for Bruton Smith’s Sonic Automotive and Speedway Motorsports (NASCAR racetracks). Previously, she served as Director of Nutritional Wellness for The Cliffs Communities, as well as Spa Director for The Trump Spa at Mar-a-lago, Donald Trump’s private club in Palm Beach, Fla. She has also worked for a team of cardiologists, treated patients in a sports rehab facility, and was a consultant for one of the world's largest developers of fitness products, as seen on TV.
Since then, Dr. Ginger has devoted her professional life to public health education. She helped to develop the first policy for the "Surgeon General’s Report on Physical Activity & Health for Women," and today she continues as a consumer health advocate, using her intimate knowledge of the human body, physiology, biochemistry, nutrition, and preventive and alternative medicine to weave together meaningful disease-busting consumer education information through her magazine articles, TV appearances, including The Dr. OZ Show and FOX News, radio shows, and speaking engagements nationwide. She has also been an instructor of nutrition and digestive & metabolic physiology for the Health Educator Program at Hippocrates Health Institute in West Palm Beach, Florida; named the #1 medical wellness spa in the world by Spa Magazine, has taught in the "Chef's Choice" program at Johnson & Wales University School of Culinary Arts in Charlotte, NC, sits on the scientific advisory board of Ariix, and is an invited Sharecare Health Expert on Dr. Oz’s sharecare.com website.
Her new book, "The Rainbow Juice Cleanse," (Running Press April 2015) has been one of Amazon’s Hot Releases, has been #1 in Weight Loss Recipe books, #1 In Juice, Cooking and Food books, and several other categories. Dr. Ginger was recently featured in a segment on The Dr. Oz Show with her book. It has been endorsed by everyone from Dr. Joel Fuhrman, Dr. Marky Hyman, and The Food Babe, to actor Kevin Sorbo, Housewives of Beverly Hills star, Taylor Armstrong, David Limbaugh, and a host of others. (View the full list of endorsements at rainbowjuicecleanse.com)
An avid adventure sport athlete, in her spare time, Dr. Ginger enjoys all water sports, rock climbing, rappelling, mountain biking and triathlons. She spent 31 days climbing her way to the summit of her first mountain, North American's tallest mountain, Mt. McKinley/Denali in Alaska; standing 20,320ft. tall. Her adventure sport expeditions have been featured on OLN/ Outdoor Life Network and ABC's Wide World of Sports. The U.S. Marines have honored her with their "Portrait of Pride Award" for her determination and perseverance in one of her adventure sport competitions. Dr. Ginger also had her own monthly health column in the national outdoor enthusiast's periodical, "Backpacker Magazine."
Dr. Ginger was the reigning Mrs. Virginia U.S. 2013 and was 4th runner up in the 2013 Mrs. United States Pageant. She is a big supporter helping women stand up against domestic violence and how to recognize the signs of abuse (that often start with emotional and psychological abuse) to help prevent getting caught up in the "cycle."
Dr. Ginger still continues to enjoy any type of outdoor activity, and also enjoys Bikram (hot) yoga, green juicing, organic gardening, horseback riding, and daily detox sessions in her Clearlight Infrared Sauna. She lives in Michigan on a ranch with her husband, Aaron.