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Super Woman RX with Dr. Taz

As featured on PBS – December 2018

Unlock the Secrets for Lasting Health, Find Your Perfect Weight and Increase Energy and Passion with this Health Plan for Women

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! Super Woman Rx addresses these challenges in a frank and prescriptive way, unlocking the secrets for lasting health, finding your perfect weight and increasing energy and passion.

Navigating busy lives can make it can seem almost impossible to maintain physical health. Overwhelmed and exhausted, many women find themselves falling into unhealthy eating habits, with no time for exercise or self-care. But diet and fitness plans are usually one-size-fits-all, and those universal programs don’t work for every woman and every personality, especially for women ages 60+. 

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 over the age of 60 achieve optimum health and she is passionate about helping women with her personalized plans in Super Woman Rx.

Super Woman RX with Dr. Taz

As featured on PBS – December 2018

Unlock the Secrets for Lasting Health, Find Your Perfect Weight and Increase Energy and Passion with this Health Plan for Women

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! Super Woman Rx addresses these challenges in a frank and prescriptive way, unlocking the secrets for lasting health, finding your perfect weight and increasing energy and passion.

Navigating busy lives can make it can seem almost impossible to maintain physical health. Overwhelmed and exhausted, many women find themselves falling into unhealthy eating habits, with no time for exercise or self-care. But diet and fitness plans are usually one-size-fits-all, and those universal programs don’t work for every woman and every personality, especially for women ages 60+. 

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 over the age of 60 achieve optimum health and she is passionate about helping women with her personalized plans in Super Woman Rx.

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About Dr. Taz

Dr. Taz Bhatia, M.D. is a board-certified integrative medicine physician and wellness expert, who gained national recognition as a best-selling author of the books, “What Doctors Eat,” “The 21 Day Belly Fix,” and “Super Woman RX.” Her integration of Eastern medical wisdom with modern science, along with her unique Power Type discovery, has led to featured segments on The Today Show, Dr. Oz, Live with Kelly & Ryan and eventually the premiere of own PBS special Super Woman RX with Dr. Taz.

Ready to Discover Your Power Type?

Discover the secrets to lasting health, your perfect weight, energy, and passion with Dr. Taz’s Power Type Quiz.

Ready to Discover Your Power Type?

Discover the secrets to lasting health, your perfect weight, energy, and passion with Dr. Taz’s Power Type Quiz.

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