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The 21-Day Belly Fix by Tasneem Bhatia, M.D.

With The 21-Day Belly Fix by Dr. Taz MD

 

Leading integrative physician Tasneem Bhatia, M.D. shares a groundbreaking

21-day eating plan to shed pounds,

accelerate metabolism, balance your digestive system, improve gut

function, and feel better every day

– without dieting!

 

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Tasneem Bhatia, M.D.

TASNEEM BHATIA, M.D.

Author of What Doctors Eat

The 21-Day Belly Fix book Endorsements

 

"If you are tired of feeling bloated and blah, let The 21 Day Belly Fix be your guide to good gut health and a slim waistline. This splendid book is a treasure written by Dr. Taz, who is one the of the nation’s leading experts on integrative medicine."

 

Gerard E. Mullin M.D.

Associate Professor of Medicine, Gastroenterology, Johns Hopkins

About the Book

 

The 21-Day Belly Fix by Tasneem Bhatia, M.D.Leading integrative physician Tasneem Bhatia, M.D. shares a groundbreaking 21-day eating plan to shed pounds, accelerate metabolism, balance your digestive system, improve gut function, and feel better every day – without dieting!

 

There are one hundred trillion reasons losing weight and staying healthy are so hard: That’s the number of bacteria living in your digestive system – good bugs and bad that influence everything from how much fat you store to whether or not you’ll get arthritis, diabetes, or Alzheimer’s.

 

 

Drop pounds in as few as 21 days, with more to come after your digestive bacteria is balanced.

 

Speed up your metabolism with the help of research that proves a direct link between your gut bacteria and how quickly you burn fat.

 

Reduce inflammation and rebalance your body to help fight diabetes, arthritis, Alzheimer’s, skin disorders, and more.

 

Find focus and clarity with the help of simple and delicious foods that feed the healthy microorganisms in your gut – and fight the bad ones!

 

The Belly Fix is the final word on what researchers call your “second brain” and the simple ways that fixing your diet – instead of committing to a long-term food-banishing plan – can get your gut out of the gutter and help you to start feeling great. With delicious recipes and easy swaps, The Belly Fix is the ultimate weight-loss plan!

About the Author

 

 

 

Taz is well-known and highly regarded in medical circles for her unique ability to diagnose, develop and apply the appropriate protocol for a variety of patient needs and conditions. She believes in creating highly customized plans for patients, in an effort to provide them with an unprecedented level of care so they can achieve optimum wellness.

 

With 12 years of emergency room experience, including serving as a pediatric emergency room specialist, Dr. Taz believes the synergy between women and children’s health and its ultimate impact on the health of the family is profound. This is one of the core beliefs her Center was founded upon as she sees and treats patients of all ages.

 

“The Center is designed to help all patients navigate health solutions from numerous vantage points. We employ multiple systems of medicine, drawing from both conventional and eastern medicine, in our endeavor to create the most efficient and effective individualized treatment plans,” said Dr. Taz. “From prevention to wellness, our Center’s dedicated medical teams work tirelessly to find answers to both common and complex medical conditions.”

 

With an established agenda of improving the health of people at every age, Dr. Taz MD became involved in media activities starting in 2003. Since then, she has served as a medical expert for CNN Headline News, a medical contributor for various news organizations and as a spokesperson for the American Academy of Pediatrics.

 

Dr. Taz has been featured on media outlets including the Dr. Oz Show, The Weather Channel, TODAY, Access Hollywood, CNN, LIVE with Kelly and Michael. She is also a Dr. Oz Sharecare expert, a Huffington Post contributor, and served as a Prevention magazine columnist. She is an assistant professor at Emory University in Preventive and Integrative Medicine and continues to bring attention to the frequently ignored health issues of women and children. She currently serves as a Health Expert for MomCorps, MomDocs, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, and is a board member for Green of Hearts.

 

It was Taz’s personal health challenges, combined with what she found to be a malfunctioning health care system, which served as the catalyst for her to pursue an alternative definition of health and healthy living. As she sought answers in her own health crisis, she uncovered a wealth of information not taught in conventional medical schools.

 

Featured in Atlanta’s Top Docs, Dr. Taz Bhatia M.D., is a multi-talented and innovative physician and fellow of the University of Arizona Program in Integrative Medicine led by Dr. Andrew Weil, completing her fellowship in 2008.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

 

Why are the first 3 days so rough?

 

The first 3 days are all about detoxification and cleaning out your belly. Remember your digestive system stores undigested food, toxins and chemicals. You may feel weak or light headed during these days. If you are still hungry, consider adding a protein shake in the early evening.

 

 

Why am I still irregular?

 

Sometimes the rice protein or the lack of caffeine (a stimulant) may be constipating. Make sure you are drinking plenty of water and try changing your rice protein to a pea protein. You can try supplementing with magnesium in the evenings, if the problem persists.

 

 

I don't like the apple cider vinegar and water.

 

If you don't like the apple cider vinegar, please make sure you are diluting it with water otherwise it can trigger reflux or burn your throat. Alternately, try 2 oz. of prune juice or warm lemon water in the morning.

 

 

I am still hungry through the day.

 

If you are still hungry through the day, remember you can sip on ginger tea, green tea or add another protein shake. By Day 6, most participants don't feel hungry!

 

 

I did not react well to inulin (or any of the recommended supplements).

 

Any time you don't react well to the supplements, please stop taking them and move on to the next step of the plan.

 

 

Can I add the aloe and glutamine to my shakes and green drinks?

 

Yes, both can be added.

 

 

Can I use sushi rice as a substitute for glutinous rice?

 

Yes, if you can't find glutinous rice, sushi rice is a good substitute.

 

 

Can my children do the 21-day Belly Fix?

 

No, the 21-Day Belly Fix is not suitable for children. But you can use some of the key concepts: cutting out sugar, gluten or dairy, and varying foods to get bacterial diversity.

 

 

 

*The information above is for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for your physician's medical advice, diagnosis or treatment*