Dr. Taz’s recent TV, podcast, and article features
Recent Podcast Features
Dr. Taz Bhatia, MD on female health issues and the hormonal health issues that changed her career — The WellBe Podcast with Adrienne Nolan-Smith (getwellbe)
When Dr. Taz Bhatia began losing her hair, she’d already completed years of medical school and had begun her residency — but she had no idea what was happening to her body. Ultimately, she was able to get her symptoms under control, but it took going outside of what she’d been taught in med school. This experience opened her eyes to the strengths and weaknesses of conventional medicine, fundamentally shifting the way she approaches medicine to this day.
Dr. Taz Bhatia, M.D., On Low Energy, Unwanted Weight Gain (Or Loss) & Hormonal Imbalance
Dr. Taz and I discuss the reason we’re facing a women’s health crisis in the first place; how each of the five archetypes named in her book can start to take charge of their own health; what blood tests to run when going to your doctor; nuances about thyroid, gut, and metabolic health; the best herbs women can add to their diets; and much, much more.
Restoring Your Health and Wellbeing with Dr. Taz
Looking for important self-care practices for women, highly effective practices for managing stress and general food practices to gain more energy? I am super excited for our very special guest. Her name is Dr. Taz and she is a best-selling author, a board certified integrative medicine physician and wellness expert, and the founder of Center Spring MD.
Today I cannot wait to pick her brain about the five power types, which she talks about in her latest book, “Super Woman RX”.
Super Woman Syndrome
Functional medicine doctor Taz Bhatia, M.D., says that stress overload manifests in different ways in her patients. For some, stress contributes to weight gain or weight loss resistance; for others, stress may be a factor in thyroid disorders, anxiety, PCOS, or gut issues. Here’s what Dr. Taz does not tell her patients: to slow down, to calm down, to give something up—things she has no interest in being told or doing herself. Instead, she has drawn from conventional medicine, Ayurveda, traditional Chinese medicine, research, and her own health struggles to come up with a toolbox that women can use to optimize their health one simple, concrete step at a time.