#WomanCrushWednesday Featuring Dr. Ruby Lathon

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Dr. Ruby Lathon is a certified holistic nutritionist and advocate for plant-based nutrition.  Dr. Ruby inspires with a powerful story of recovering from thyroid cancer through alternative treatment focused on a whole foods, plant-based diet.  Dr. Ruby worked as a researcher and an award winning engineer, and now teaches others how to re-engineer their health and live disease free.

Dr. Lathon, a graduate of the University of Alabama, served as Nutrition Policy Manager at the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, where she developed and led a national grassroots campaign to advocate legislation for more healthful, plant-based meal options in the National School Lunch Program.  Dr. Lathon is host of The Veggie Chest, an online, plant-based cooking show and is featured in the hit documentary, What the Health.  Through her organization, Roadmap to Holistic Health, Dr. Lathon hosts health conferences, workshops and vegan cooking classes and provides customized nutritional consultations and coaching programs.

Stay connected to Dr. Lathon:

 www.RubyLathon.com

Info@RubyLathon.com

www.Facebook.com/TheRubyLathon

 @RubyL

http://www.youtube.com/TheVeggieChest
http://instagram.com/rubylathon
Watch Dr. Ruby in What the Health on Netflix!

3 ways Dr. Lathon practices self-care:

  1. I meditate regularly and listen to insightful and motivational videos daily. These tools help keep me centered, calm and thinking clearly.  When I’m feeling particularly stressed, I take the time to meditate and reset my energy.
  2. I workout 5 days a week (three times a week with a trainer) to reach my fitness goals. Exercise is a critical element of holistic health so I enlist help to ensure I stay on track. I feel better, stronger and it always lifts my mood.
  3. I take time off. When you work for yourself, it is very easy to work all of the time! Even though I love what I do, I deliberately take some time off to do absolutely nothing and it feels great! It helps me recharge.

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