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The whole content of this website is based on the opinions of Dr. Milli Raizada unless otherwise stated. The information on is website is not intended to replace a consultation with a health care professional and is not intended as medical advice. The purpose of the website is as a tool to share knowledge and information from experience and from the evidence based literature. The content on this web page and site is to provide education. Nothing on this website should be used as a basis or replacement of seeing a registered clinical for medical diagnosis or treatment and it should not be used as a replacement for the advice given to you by your health care provider. Any health care related questions should be directed to your registered doctor and any urgent queries raised with them promptly. You should always liaise with your registered health care professional before starting a new lifestyle, diet, exercise plan or treatment.

Information provided on this website and the use by you of any products or services referenced on this website DOES NOT create a doctor-patient relationship between you and Dr. Milli Raizada

Individual articles and/or podcasts referenced or linked to off of this site are based upon the opinions of the respective author/speaker.

 

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Please presume the following about links, posts and other material on this website can be affiliate links, in which Dr Milli Raizada receives a commission from sales of certain items, but the price is the same for you, and usually at a discount if you use provided code or link.

I only affiliate myself with companies that I have personally used. These products and/or companies are ones that I use and I would recommend to friens..

What is an affiliate link?

An affiliate link is a link that uses a special tracking code that is unique to me, so that I may make a small commission on the sale of any item you buy. The price is the same to you; however, in most cases I may provide a link with a discount code for items.

All opinions are my own are my own and the products that we feature on this website are of those that we support. Please assume that any link provided on www.drmilliraizada.com or my instagram social media is an affiliate link and that I may make a small commission on this product

When do I use affiliate links?

If I post an affiliate link to a product, it is something that I personally use, support and would recommend to family or friends.

Other things to note:

Please note that any product you may purchase from an affiliate link is from the third party company and I do not have any control over these companies or procedures and policy. Β I cannot be held responsible for any information provided from these companies (such as delivery, packaging, the function and purpose of the product, expiration dates.). Any issues that you have should be directly directed to the company.

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Dr Milli Raizada

What is Lifestyle medicine?

Nutrition

Nutrition

Food can be the medicine we need to help
feed and fuel our hormones and help
manage hormonal imbalances.

exercise by dr milli

EXERCISE AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

Exercise

Physical activity and exercise is not
only beneficial for physical health
but also mental health.

Stress Management

Stress management

Stress can be positive if managed properly.
If we do not manage stress positively, the chemical
and hormonal changes that ensue in our bodies can be negative.

sleep by dr milli

A Good Nights Sleep!

Sleep

SLEEP! My mother always told me
when I was stressed,Β that a good night
sleep would make it all feel better tomorrow.

toxic drinks

Avoidance of Toxic Substances

Avoidance of toxic substances

Toxic substances is not limited to alcohol, drugs and smoking,
Food and environmental substances can be hormonal
disrupters and can be just as damaging to your health.

Healthy Relationships

Health Relationships

Healthy relationships with colleagues,
families and friends is crucial to
mental and physical health.

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