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EP 51 - From Cholesterol to Scream Cream: Your Health Questions Answered

From the Show: Dr. Taz Show
Summary: In this day of modern medicine, it seems like there is what Dr. Robin Miller calls "a pill for every ill."
Air Date: 10/10/17
Duration: 27:46
Host: Dr. Taz
Guest Bio: Robin Miller, MD
Robin-Miller1Dr. Robin Miller is an established author (The Smart Woman's Guide to Midlife and Beyond and Kids Ask the Doctor) and has gathered the knowledge, insights and anecdotes offered in this book over the course of 33 years of treating patients using the principles of integrative medicine. 

Board certified in Internal Medicine, she trained with Andrew Weil as an Integrative Medicine Fellow at University of Arizona. She is currently Medical Director of Triune Integrative Medicine, a highly innovative integrative medicine clinic in Medford, Oregon. 

Dr. Miller blogs regularly for Sharecare.com, an interactive health and wellness website founded in conjunction with Dr. Mehmet Oz, where she serves as Executive Advisory Board member. Robin is also a medical reporter and a regular correspondent for KOBI-5, the NBC affiliate in Southern Oregon.
  • Book Title: Healed! Health & Wellness for the 21st Century: Wisdom, Secrets, and Fun Straight from the Leading Edge
  • Guest Facebook Account: http://www.wellhealed.net/
  • Guest Twitter Account: @RMillerMD
EP 51 - From Cholesterol to Scream Cream: Your Health Questions Answered
In this day of modern medicine, it seems like there is what Dr. Robin Miller calls "a pill for every ill." From heart disease to erectile dysfunction, a pharmaceutical option exists. 

Using tools like genetic mapping, lifestyle changes, and nutrition, Dr. Miller is able to help many of her patients' overcome serious health issues.

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For example, assessing an individual's TMAO levels, which is a much higher risk factor than cholesterol when it comes to heart attack and stroke, can help prevent a cardiac event.

Another insight Dr. Miller provides relates to MTHFR, which is an enzyme necessary for an important metabolic process called methylation. It is this process that converts folate and folic acid into an active form the body can use. Low folate levels have been linked to depression, and now even conventional medicine experts are looking at that connection.

Listen as Dr. Miller joins Dr. Taz about these topics, as well as her thoughts on coffee (thumbs up!), chocolate (thumbs up!) and medicinal mushrooms (big thumbs up!), as well as "scream cream" (Viagra for women).

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