SOURCE: Dr Taz Bhatia MD

October 21, 2013 10:00 ET

DrTazBhatiaMD Provides Practical Health Tips for Women to Live Happier and Healthier Lives, Naturally

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - Oct 21, 2013) - DrTazBhatiaMD, the articulate Founder and Medical Director of the highly recognized Atlanta's Center for Holistic and Integrative Medicine, believes it is vital that stay at home moms and working women are provided with more available timely, critical healthcare choices. This ensures women will have the accurate medical information they need to make educated decisions on health issues affecting them and their families. 

Timely health topics to discuss and report:

  • Halloween, Trick ... or Treatment?
    DrTazMD gives tips on how to plan a healthy Halloween for the young trick-or-treaters.
    • Sugar effects immune function. It's important to keep children healthy by lowering sugar intake
    • Create a H.A.C. (Halloween Action Committee) in your neighborhood and schools. Have 2 houses give out candy and others do stickers, pencils.
    • Teach children to budget sugar intake Use 1/2 amount of sugar when making Halloween treats. Allergies examples, Gluten free, Peanut free, dairy free.
  • Women Fighting Fat After Forty
    Tricks to stay fit for a lifetime. Resting metabolic rates drop every decade, most noticeable after 40. Here are keys to lasting weight loss.
    • Have hormones checked every year after 40. Hormone changes will alter RMR.
    • Find food allergies, intolerances. Digestion changes after 40. Some cannot tolerate dairy or sugar as in the past.
    • Exercise aggressively. Change workouts every 2 weeks. Plan 4 workouts per week with heart rate variability. Change HR 20 BPM every 2-3 min x 40 min. Add weights and isometric training 1-2 times per week.
    • Eat according to your RMR (Resting Metabolic Rate). This is determined by your activity level and genetics. Learn to calculate your RMR.
    • Have burst of activity throughout the day. At least 3 short 10 min bursts. Sleep helps regulate hunger hormones.
  • Health Risks of Being a Harried Housewife
    DrTazMD points out risk factors for harried housewives. "Being a Housewife is the toughest job in the world". The hours are long and the pay is really bad. Common conditions I see amongst housewives vs. others include:
    • Anxiety
    • Depression
    • ADD,ADHD
    • Insomnia
    • Fatigue

Other topical health issues to discuss:

  • Childhood Obesity
  • Food Sourcing
  • Hormone Detoxification
  • How Children in America are over medicated and undernourished.

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