Dr. Christina Rahm, a multi-talented doctor

Dr. Christina Rahm, a multi-talented doctor

Nashville, TN (January 4, 2023) Dr. Christina Rahm, a multi-talented, doctor, psychologist, scientist, patent innovator, humanitarian, mother of four, and author recently featured in FORBES Magazine for authoring Cure The Causes, written after suffering debilitating illnesses of both Lyme disease and cancer. The book’s title mirrors her mission of ‘curing the cause,’ by getting to the ‘root’ of many medical/physical issues by detoxification disciplines.  Cure The Causes has been translated into twenty-seven languages thus far, with all proceeds used to support various women empowerment initiatives.

Cure The Causes is only one of many of Rahms non-profit philanthropic initiatives, as she is also the co-chair for the State of Tennessee for the United Nations Women for Peace, has assisted families worldwide with the Rahm Foundation and performed extensive work as an Ambassador for the US with the European Women’s Association. Her new initiative, under Cure The Causes is to support education, awareness, literacy, and training for underprivileged women.

When asked what her personal ‘message’ was for the book, her response was simple: “To live the life you want and not the one prescribed by someone else.”  Dr, Rahm’s message, which is expertly described in her scientific teachings, her book and lecture series, all comes down to the importance of “emotional, mental, and physical improvement of health” by detoxing the body and subsequently integrating the right nutrients.  

Cure The Causes does not claim to cure any diseases. Instead, it weaves us through why illness can happen to anyone, and how some types of healing can take place by zeroing in on the root cause instead of the symptoms,” said Dr. Rahm.

“Our bodies are overwrought with toxins due to harmful substances in water, food, cleaning products, and other environmental sources that we are all exposed to daily.  My focus is on the importance of eradicating the body of the environmental waste while providing and protecting it  through nutrients and vitamins.  I believe in evidence-based medicine, but I also believe in the bold new world of nutraceuticals, wellness strategies, and environmental solutions. Through the book, my mission is to help everyone get to the cause of their health problems to create a more productive, healthy life. Secondarily, helping women become more independent through our many women empowerment philanthropic initiatives is an added bonus.” added Dr. Rahm. 

Dr. Rahm has earned a multifaceted education from Cornell and Harvard Universities in Nanotechnology, Pharmaceutical Management, and Nutrition, Doctorates in Education, Philosophy, Pharmaceuticals, and Humanitarian Psychology/Social Work, along with a Master of Science. Rahm is a scientific researcher, hosts multiple government issued patents, has published a myriad of medical publications while also having been a principal investigator with the Institutional Review Board (IRB), the group formally designated to review and monitor medical research involving human subjects.  Rahm has lectured at Johns Hopkins, Harvard, Cleveland Clinic, Wake Forest, and Mayo Clinic, while also working in multiple countries with various governments, universities, and corporations. 

Additional achievements include former executive roles at pharmaceutical companies, creating products and formulas for companies worldwide and most recently, The ROOT Brands where she formulated detox and nutrients products to help fight inflammation.  She will soon be launching a podcast series titled, ‘Under the Red Chandelier,’ which will be championed as a global, scientific runway, fashion, and art series with guests from all over the world. 

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ABOUT DR. CHRISTINA RAHM: Dr. Rahm is a sought-after scientific leader, patent innovator, spokesperson, and formulator for health and nutrient wellness. She travels the world presenting, lecturing, and educating both the private and public sectors about the bold new world of nutraceuticals, wellness strategies, and environmental solutions. Author of ‘Cure The Causes,’ Rahm’s mission is to help get to the root cause of health problems. Having traveled to over 85 countries, in consulting roles, her proudest achievements are her expansive philanthropic initiatives and being the mother to four children. 

WEBSITE:  www.drchristinarahm.com                                                                                                              

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT:                                                                                                  Lisa Crites, Publicity, Cure The Causes                                                                                                                [email protected] or 321-298-2988                               

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