Oct 15, 2013
Dr. Taz MD’s Guide to Living Healthy, Naturally Newsletter Issue Two
The goal of the Dr. Taz MD’s Living Healthy, Naturally guide is to help ensure that our readers and the general public are well-informed and knowledgeable, in a timely manner on current and topical health issues.
To ensure that our readers have the best available information our research team at our Atlanta Center of Holistic and Integrative Medicine is aboard to help vet our material from a broad group of established and reliable sources.
We would most welcome the comments and suggestions of our readers so we may continue to broaden, enhance and better understand the interest and needs of our audience.
Dr. Taz Bhatia MD.
Living Healthy Tip
Mental Health Connected to Whole Body Health
A piece of the puzzle many patients I see in my office forget is that your brain lives in your body. So if your body is not healthy, that can affect your brain and it often results in depressive symptoms. Preventing depression and anxiety (both caused by neurotransmitter imbalances) is dependent on giving your body every nutrient it needs to make neurotransmitters.
INTHENEWS: pesticides discovered in wine
What is Your Toxic Load?
As a mom of two, and knowing the importance of nutrition to their development, health and learning, I am visiting my children’s school next week for National School Lunch Week. I encourage you to do the same. Do you know what’s new in your child’s school cafeteria? Now is the perfect time to find out. National School Lunch Week is October 14-18, 2013. Talk to the cafeteria manager at your child’s school to see what’s for lunch! [/one_half]
[one_half_last]World Mental Health Day and Running with Nature Mariel Hemingway and Bobby Williams
World Mental Health Day was October 10th, 2013. Mariel Hemingway along with her partner, Bobby Williams, recently spoke with Oprah about their new book, Running With Nature. “Because her family has an extensive history of mental illness, addiction, and suicide… Hemingway has made it her life’s mission to promote spiritual health,” reported The Huffington Post. Running With Nature is “about reconnecting to nature one broad-minded step at a time to discover a more fulfilling life of simplicity, adventure, stillness, and laughter,” according to Hemingway’s website. In their conversation with Oprah, Williams added “Dr. Air, Dr. Sun, Dr. Water, Dr. Nutrition, Dr. Exercise, and Dr. Rest. They’re available 24/7.”
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