"A manual to help us understand how we can best care for, nourish, and show grace to ourselves, The Hormone Shift outlines the information about our bodies that all women should have access to, long before they reach perimenopause."--Gwyneth Paltrow
The goop hormone authority offers an empowering new approach to taking charge of hormone shifts through every stage of life--especially menopause.
When hormonal highs, lows, twists, and turns feel overwhelming, Dr. Tasneem Bhatia can offer a road map--and a whole new perspective. As an MD with an East-meets-West approach to women's health, Dr. Tasneem (known as Dr. Taz) combines the wisdom of Eastern modalities like Ayurveda and traditional Chinese medicine with modern medical treatments for whole body wellness.
To Dr. Taz, menopause is not an "ending"; a woman's entire life is a spectrum of ever-shifting hormones, and menopause is just one point along that spectrum. And hormone levels are a fluid continuum that you have a lot of control over: through your diet, how you sleep, how you manage stress, and more.
In The Hormone Shift
, Dr. Taz breaks down exactly what is happening behind the scenes in a woman's body throughout her life and how almost every aspect of health is connected to hormones--from metabolism to mental health. She explains how to prepare for whatever is coming next, and offers a customizable Thirty-Day Hormone Reset plan that uses a combination of Eastern and Western healing modalities to keep the body in balance and deliver a targeted strategy for minimizing unwanted symptoms at every stage.Author:
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About the Author
Tasneem Bhatia, M.D., is a board-certified physician specializing in integrative and emergency medicine, pediatrics and prevention, with expertise in women's health, weight loss, and nutrition. She is the author of Super Woman RX, What Doctors Eat, and The 21-Day Belly Fix and the host of RadioMD's The Dr. Taz Show: The Super Woman's Whole Health Fix podcast. She has been featured in such media outlets as The Dr. Oz Show, TODAY, Access Hollywood, Good Morning America, EXTRA!, Live with Kelly, and The Doctors. She is a contributing editor to Prevention magazine and an assistant professor at Emory University. She lives in Atlanta, GA, with her husband and two young children.