In this podcast, we have with us Ruby Miller, an adrenal fatigue health coach who initially began her journey with the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN) but then underwent a significant personal transformation in her health by embracing the Root Cause Protocol (RCP). She now dedicates her time to supporting her clients with the RCP so they can experience the same transformation she did.
In this conversation, Miller shares with us her journey and the struggles she faced along the way. She provides valuable insights for those working in the healthcare sector.
That’s how you know you truly love what you are doing…
Miller explains how her journey started and some of the health issues she faced after having her son and going through a divorce. She continued with her journey of healing and self-discovery, which sparked her passion for RCPC.
In this segment, Miller talks about being an RCPC (Root Cause Protocol Consultant), which includes virtual/in-office visits every two weeks, HTMA testing, and other practices that help teach clients how to live an empowered life.
Here, the two discuss the importance of HTMA and blood work and how it gives a better picture of what’s going on in the human body. Miller also shares details of the training programs associated with mastering HTMA protocols and how it is worth the time and financial investment.
Miller talks about the types of illnesses she supports within her practice and the factors she takes into consideration when working with clients to get a holistic understanding of each case.
Here, Miller shares a particular case of a young woman in her twenties with multiple health issues. She was struggling significantly, but after applying the RCP, her health radically improved . She says, “I can now enjoy life” and finally feels herself again.
#1 It’s Never Too Late
In life, there is no expiration date on when you can begin something new. Whether it’s pursuing a new hobby, learning a skill, or making a positive change, the opportunity to start is always there. Embrace the idea that you have the power to initiate something meaningful, no matter how much time has passed.
#2 Training is Important
Training, in various forms, plays a crucial role in our personal and professional growth. It equips us with the knowledge and skills needed to excel in our chosen fields. Training provides us with the tools to handle challenges and opportunities, fostering self-improvement. It’s a constant process of learning and adapting, ensuring that we can face the demands of our endeavors with confidence and competence.
“HTMA and blood work are the number one and number two thing I recommend for everybody in their practice.”
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