Scientists in this rapidly growing field are finding connections between the gut microbiome and a healthy immune system and gastrointestinal system, as well as autoimmune diseases (such as rheumatoid arthritis and inflammatory bowel disease), allergies, and asthma-even cancer. And with every study that is published, they are convinced that a healthy gut leads to a healthy body. Indeed, when your gut is happy, your skin glows with health, and you look and feel younger.
The Lose Your Belly Diet includes meal plans, diet recommendations, and recipes, giving listeners everything they need to make dramatic changes in their GI health, their weight, their belly fat, and their overall health.
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About the Author
Travis Stork, MD is New York Times bestselling author of The Doctor's Diet,The Doctor's Diet Cookbook, The Lean Belly Prescription, and The Doctor Is In: A 7-Step Prescription for Optimal Wellness.
Christopher Solimene approaches voice art with a lifetime of experience and passion as a director, producer, performer, and educator. Studying story during a recently earned master's degree from Yale University, Chris appreciates the enriching qualities that story brings to enlightening each individual.
Table of ContentsTABLE OF CONTENTS:
Introduction: The Gut Health Opportunity
Part One: The Amazing World Inside Your Gut
Chapter 1: Meet the Microbes
Chapter 2: Why the Microbiome Matters
Chapter 3: Weight, Belly Fat, and Your Gut: How They’re Connected
Chapter 4: How Your Microbiome Affects Your Family.
Chapter 5: Better Gut Health, Less Disease
Chapter 6: Healthy (and Young) from the Inside Out
Chapter 7: Repairing a Damaged Gut
Part Two: Foods that Feed Your Gut
Chapter 8: The Food Your Little Buddies Love Most: Fiber
Chapter 9: Don’t Give Up on Grains
Chapter 10: The Best Things You Can Eat: Fruits and Vegetables
Chapter 11: Microbes’ Favorite Protein: Legumes
Chapter 12: Another Fabulous Fiber Source: Nuts and Seeds
Chapter 13: Microbes to Go: Fermented Foods and Live-Culture Foods
Part Three: Foods that Harm Your Gut
Chapter 14: Foods Raised with Antibiotics, Pesticides, and Other Microbe Killers
Chapter 15: Food for the Enemy: Sugar and Refined Carbohydrates
Chapter 16: Too Much Low-Quality, Processed Meat
Part Four: Other Ways to Boost Gut Health
Chapter 17: Avoid Unnecessary Antibiotics
Chapter 18: Love Your Gut with Pro-Gut Lifestyle Changes
Chapter 19: Let’s Talk About Probiotic Supplements
Chapter 20: Get Dirtier
Part Five: The Super-G Diet, Super-G Meal Plans, and Super-G Recipes