Alison is also a nationally known 11-year Entrepreneur, Food and Travel Spokesperson
television Experience in Los Angeles and New York, a
Cookbook Author, Recipe Developer, Media Consultant, Magazine and Internet Writer, Travel Public Relations, Food, Travel and Fitness Journalist & Blogger, Health and Event Speaker, Food and Travel Photographer, Culinary Nutritionist, Television & Social Media Spokesperson and President of Ingredients, Inc.,
a Media Consulting company in Birmingham, Alabama since 2001. Alison is known for sharing healthy, family-friendly recipes, healthy travel and fitness ideas on her popular blog, ingredientsinc.net
Alison Lewis is also the Founder
of "Healthy Travel"
, a U.S and International Travel Magazine which launched in print and digitally in March 2013. For 10 years, Alison has been conceptualizing this magazine, and now, she has made it a reality. Alison is in charge of every area of the magazine from story concept to execution, photography, design, writing and social media. She is also a new Wellness Travel Blogger
for Huffington Post
Previously, Alison was an Editor and Recipe Developer on the Food Staff at Southern Living Magazine and Oxmoor House books by Time, Inc. She attended culinary classes at the Culinary Institute in New York and Greystone, California and has a degree in advertising and marketing. She left Southern Living (her dream job) to pursue a career as an entrepreneur and stay at home with her young children. She quickly doubled her income her first year and gained experience in travel, fitness and health journalism, speaking, television, radio, blogging, social media and more. Alison is a busy mom of three children, an avid runner, tennis player and huge fan of travel, yoga, kayaking, hiking, paddleboarding and photography. Her blog, Ingredients, Inc.
, combines all of her passions: food, travel, fitness, healthy living, nutrition and photography.
Alison with her three children, Zachary, Leigh and Alec
Alison’s recipes, freelance writing, and editorial content are frequently featured in well-known magazine publications and cookbooks (see below). Alison’s original developed recipes and professional Journalism work has appeared in Cooking Light Magazine, Better Homes & Gardens, Southern Living, Coastal Living, Fitness Magazine, Diabetic Living, Clean Eating, Oxygen, Oprah.com, Yum Food Kids, Relish Magazine, Real Food, Birmingham Magazine, Diets in Review and many others. She is currently a blogger and spokesperon for SC Johnson and the National Refrigerated and Frozen Foods Association. See her stories in the November 2012 and May 2013 Fitness Magazine as well as every issue of Birmingham Magazine.
Alison completed Professional Media Training from the Lisa Ekus Group in 2008, and she has a wealth of television cooking experience, appearing regularly on NBC 13 Birmingham’s “Daytime Alabama”, CBS 42 Birmingham, Fox 6 Birmingham, “Talk of the Town” on Channel 5 Nashville, and CBS 46 in Atlanta. She is also a monthly radio guest on WMJJ Magic 96.5 in Birmingham and various other radio shows across the globe on healthy food and healthy travel ideas. She is also a popular Speaker at conferences, to entrepreneurs, teens, corporations, women's groups and children’s groups. She also teaches cooking classes to children in her spare time.
Alison in action on television with NBC 13 Birmingham
Alison's Children's Cooking Class at Park City Mountain Resort, Park City, Utah
For more about Alison Lewis and Ingredients, Inc. and information regarding Media Appearances, Travel Public Relations, Spokesperson Work, Public Relations, Journalism and Photojournalism, Speaking Engagements, Social Media Consulting, Travel and Food Consulting, Recipe Development, Travel Writing, Travel Photography, Fitness Writing and Consulting work for Television Radio, Blogging, Advertising on Ingredients, Inc., Sponsorships for blog conferences, Sponsored Blog Posts, Food Events, Travel Events, Press Trips, Recipe Testing, Recipe Judging, Food Styling, Cooking classes, etc., contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scrub Island via Alison Lewis: See story in June issue of Healthy Travel