How to Detox Your Liver in 2 Days

Are you feeling groggy, run down, and tired no matter how much coffee you drink or how much sleep you get? Your body could be telling you something. How great or poorly you feel is largely based on how efficiently your body is removing and purging toxins. If you’re feeling sluggish, there is a good [...]

Everything You Need to Know About Your Thyroid

This gland has gotten a lot of attention in recent years, as more people are understanding the key role it plays in helping the body function properly and how it can affect so many other areas of our health. The unfortunate part is that when it’s not working like a fine-oiled machine, it can impact [...]

Liver Detox for Bright Skin, Energy

Are you feeling groggy, run down, missing that glow, and tired no matter how much coffee you drink or how much sleep you get? Your body could be telling you something. How great or poorly you feel is largely based on how efficiently your body is removing and purging toxins. If you’re feeling sluggish, there [...]

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Digestive Health by Dr. Taz

I always stress the importance of digestive health to my patients. After many years of belly trouble and digestive woes, I learned to abide by a gluten free diet in order to keep my digestion regular and healthy. Tune in here to my interview with Dr. Jennifer Caudle, as we discuss all things digestive wellness, [...]

Kitchen Cures: Foods for Thyroid Function

The thyroid seems to have a snowball effect on almost everything—sluggishness, weight gain, fatigue, hair loss, and even down to your quality of life. Everyday I see patients who suffer from a thyroid illness. Whether it is Hashimotos Disease or simply a sluggish thyroid, if your levels are off, you’re off. Thyroid disease encompasses 12% [...]

Back to School Time and The 5 Kids You Need to Know

With almost 50 million children headed back to school, the start of another school year can be anxiety ridden for both adults and children. Once the backpacks are bought and school supplies packed (along with new shoes, clothes and more), the reality of a new teacher, a new classroom and new peers sets in. As [...]

Dr. Taz MD’s Weekly Q&A, September 16, 2013

Q: I am a 51-year-old woman.  High energy, creative, and impulsive. Then menopause symptoms hit and they hit me hard.  My symptoms include: severe hot flashes, difficulty sleeping, decline of cognitive function and I am struggling to keep on top of things and procrastinating. I am also easily overwhelmed and irritated.  My counselor and another [...]