- Title: Super Woman Rx: Discover the Secrets to Lasting Health, Your Perfect Weight,
Energy, and Passion with Dr. Taz’s Power Type Plans
- Author: Tasneem Bhatia
- Genre: Weight Maintenance, Healthy Living, Weight Loss, Personal Health
- Length: 354 pages
- Publisher: Rodale
- Publication Date: September 12, 2017
The ultimate personalized prescription for health and well-being for every woman
Modern womanhood often means juggling multiple roles–businesswoman, mother, spouse, homemaker, and more–all while being expected to look perfectly composed. In other words, it means being superhuman. The truth is, it can seem impossible to maintain physical health while navigating our busy lives. We’re overwhelmed and exhausted, which can often translate into unhealthy eating habits, lack of exercise, and no time for self-care. But diet and fitness plans are usually one-size-fits-all, and those universal programs just don’t work for every body and every personality. Integrative health and wellness expert Tasneem Bhatia, MD, known to her patients as Dr. Taz, has a plan that is anything but cookie-cutter. Her mission is to help women achieve optimum health, and now she can help you with her personalized plans in Super Woman Rx.
In Super Woman Rx, Dr. Taz sets out to treat “super woman syndrome” by offering five prescriptive plans based on a woman’s unique blueprint, or Power Type, whether you’re a Boss Lady, a Savvy Chick, an Earth Mama, a Gypsy Girl, or a Nightingale. A fun quiz will help you narrow down your type and figure out which strategies will work best for you. Drawing inspiration from Ayurvedic, Chinese, and Western systems of medicine, each nutrition and exercise plan helps you shed pounds, decrease anxiety and depression, rejuvenate skin, reduce PMS symptoms, and much more in just 3 weeks. Then, long-term strategies with specialized plans follow those 3 weeks. With Dr. Taz’s comprehensive, personalized guidance, you’ll radiate from the inside out.
About The Author
Dr. Taz Bhatia MD
Living Healthy, Naturally
Physician, Best Selling Author, International Lecturer, Acupuncturist, Certified Nutritionist, Prevention/Wellness expert, Assistant Professor, Emory University, Wife and Mom of a young son and daughter.
Dr. Taz Bhatia MD, a board certified physician, Founder and Medical Director of the nationally recognized Atlanta Center for Holistic and Integrative Medicine is a highly respected specialist in the practice of integrative/holistic medicine, anti aging and regenerative medicine, pediatrics, women’s health and emergency medicine. She is an Assistant Professor at Emory University in Preventive/Integrative Medicine.
Taz is well known and highly regarded in medical circles for her unique ability to diagnose, develop and apply the appropriate protocol for a variety of individual patient needs and conditions. Taz believes the synergy between women and children’s health and its ultimate impact on the health of the family is at the core of her Center’s mission.
“The Center has been designed to help all patients navigate health solutions from numerous vantage points. We employ multiple systems drawing from both traditional and Eastern medicines in our endeavor to create the most efficient and effective individualized treatment plans with biotype matching for optimal health of our patients,” said Dr. Taz.
“From prevention to wellness, our Center’s dedicated medical and research teams are committed and work tirelessly to finding answers to both common and complex medical conditions.”
With an established agenda of improving women and children’s health, Dr. Taz MD became involved in media activities starting in 2003. Since then, she has served as a Medical Expert for CNN Headline News, medical contributor for various news organizations and Spokesperson for the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Taz is a Contributing editor and Columnist for Prevention magazine, a Dr. Oz Sharecare expert and has been featured on numerous national media outlets, including the Today Show, Access Hollywood, Dr. Oz, CNN, the Weather Channel and is author of the Best-Selling book “What Doctors Eat.”
She continues to bring attention to the frequently ignored health issues of women and children and currently serves as a Health expert for MomCorps, MomDocs, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, and is a board member for Green of Hearts.
It was Taz’s personal health challenges combined with a very malfunctioning health care system that served as the motivation for her to pursue an alternative definition of health and healthy living. She searched for answers and uncovered a wealth of information not taught in conventional medical schools.
Featured in Atlanta’s Top Docs, Dr. Taz Bhatia MD, is a multi-talented and innovative physician and fellow of the University of Arizona Program in Integrative Medicine led by Dr. Andrew Weil, completing her fellowship in 2008.