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Youth and Better Eating/Better Health

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Co-hosts Eric Komoroff (www.communityofunity.org) and Dr. Jason Stein (www.iRyze.com)speak with Latham Thomas (HHC,AADP,RYT) about the importance of a child's nutrition and the latest findings about its importance in young person's development and success. Called a fitness & nutrition powerhouse by Dr. Oz, Latham was born and raised in CA is a graduate of both Columbia University, where she earned a degree in Visual arts and Environmental science, as well as the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She is a certified holistic health counselor, who mixes her passions of plant physiology, botany, holistic nutrition, fitness, yoga, and green cuisine into a lifestyle program that supports the various needs of her clients. Specializing in maternal and child wellness, she co-founded Panela Productions, a company that educates parents and children about food through cooking classes and events. Latham has taught plant-based culinary classes at Natural Gourmet, Whole Foods Market, and the Natural Kitchen Cooking School, where she is a part of the guest faculty and for a host of private clients. Latham completed her 200 hour Yoga Alliance certification through Sonic Yoga, and has taught Vinyasa Flow classes at OM Factory, Golden Bridge Yoga Center, Sports Club LA, PEAK Performance Gym, Aerospace, and 19th Street Gym, RealBirth, and Yoga Sutra. She completed her prenatal yoga training with the world renowned teacher Shiva Rea, Mary Barnes- Yoga for Two Method, and apprenticed with Sohkna Heathyre Mabin- Mama Sutra Method. She currently teaches prenatal yoga classes at Om Factory & Golden Bridge Yoga and open level vinyasa and Anti-gravity yoga classes at Om Factory. Features include: The Dr.Oz Show, Good Morning America, Inside Edition, and the We Network, NY Daily News, Time Out NY, Elle Magazine, and Working Mother Magazine. She lives in New York City with her son while working to help green the planet one belly at a time.