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EP 96 - Eating Sustainably

Summary: Libby Gill is the reigning Miss Earth, USA, and is using the title to promote her platform of coastal preservation and educate future generations about the importance of sustainability.
Air Date: 4/29/20
Duration: 24:16
Host: Dr. Ward Bond
Guest Bio: Libby Hill, Miss Earth USA
Libby Hill holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology and is pursuing a second degree in Nutritional Sciences/Dietetics at the University of Texas at Austin. She is currently completing her dietetic internship through the University and belongs to the Golden Key Honor Society for students in the top ten percent of their class. She is a member of the Academy of Dietetics and Nutrition and spends her time volunteering with various organizations that focus on environmental advocacy, animal welfare, and veteran communities.

As a certified personal trainer and future registered dietitian, she plans to establish a private nutritional counseling practice with the mission to educate others on health, body kindness, and sustainable food sourcing practices.

Libby is also the reigning Miss Earth, USA and is using the title to promote her platform of coastal preservation and educate future generations about the importance of sustainability. She was also selected as the most recent Jovani “It Girl” and enjoys modeling assignments in runway, print and commercial campaigns with Jovani and other national brands.
EP 96 - Eating Sustainably
When it comes to protecting the earth, our younger generations play a critical role. 

Libby Gill is the reigning Miss Earth, USA, and is using the title to promote her platform of coastal preservation and educate future generations about the importance of sustainability.

As a registered dietitian and certified personal trainer, she plans to establish a private nutritional counseling practice with the mission to educate others on health, body kindness, and sustainable food sourcing practices.

Libby joins Dr. Bond to explain why sustainability is so critical for preserving the earth and global health.