Dr. Katie Takayasu is an Integrative Medicine physician, author of Plants First: A Physician’s Guide to Wellness Through a Plant-Forward Diet, and speaker in the holistic health space, bridging the gap between traditional Western medicine and the evidenced-based complementary health tools of nutrition, acupuncture, meditation, botanicals and lifestyle optimization. She works one-on-one helping patients to recognize their own innate wisdom for finding balance in the mind, body and spirit and in group settings with the gentle but effective Dr. Katie Detox, a jumpstart to reclaiming wellness and lifestyle balance by harnessing the body’s natural wisdom for detoxification, available in 5-day and 10-day guided resets. She loves being with other people who bring her joy, especially her husband and two sons. Discover Dr. Katie’s Life Kitchen at www.DrKatie.com, on Instagram @DoctorKatie, or in her New Canaan, CT practice.

Learning points:
    1. What is the post-partum period?
    2. What are key areas to focus on in post-partum?
    3. How can eating a plant forward diet support post-partum health?

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Listen live or catch the podcast on iTunes and SoundCloud! Every Tuesday from 11am -12pm I host The Health Hub, an interactive, forward thinking talk show on Radio Maria Canada.   Call, tweet or email your questions as together we explore health issues that are relevant to you from new and innovative points of view.
TheHealthHub is now on iTunes! Subscribe and don’t miss a single episode!
Follow us on Social Media We are @thehealthhubrmc on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook
How To Listen Live Visit our website and learn how to listen live to our show each week. http://www.radiomaria.ca/how-to-listen Let us know!
If you have a health topic that you would like us to discuss or are a health care specialist who wants to be a guest on our show let us know!Here is our email.  We would love to hear from you! thh@radiomaria.ca


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