Gut Health Diet for Beginners by Kitty Martone

Gut Health Diet for Beginners: A 7-Day Plan to Heal Your Gut and Boost Digestive Health by Kitty Martone
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 1.7 MB
Overview: Reset your gut and boost digestive health in 7-days with a clear meal plan, guidance, and recipes from the Gut Health Diet for Beginners.

Gut health is essential to whole body health. Offering the quickest plan to cleanse your microbiome, Gut Health Diet for Beginners kick-starts your gut healthy diet to promote digestive health and healing in 7-days.

From day one, this general gut health diet eliminates the guesswork of starting a new eating regimen with useful guidance, shopping lists, and preparation guides. With a clear meal plan-featuring 75 easy, 5-ingredient recipes that you can choose from-Gut Health Diet for Beginners is a fast and effective solution to find out if your body would benefit from following a gut healthy diet.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Food & Drink

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Gut Reactions by Simon Quellen Field (.M4B)

Gut Reactions: The Science of Weight Gain and Loss by Simon Quellen Field (Author), David Marantz (Narrator)
Requirements: .M4B reader, 204 MB
Overview: How much do you really know about how the human body works, and how it reacts to food, exercise, nutrition, and the environment? While most of us have read about at least one fad diet, we’re left wondering about the greater biochemistry, psychology, sociology, and physiology of the obesity crisis in the United States.

Gut Reactions by chemist Simon Quellen Field shows us how our bodies react to food and the environment, and how our brain affects what and how much we eat, and in turn, is affected by what we eat. It shows why some diets work for some people but not for others, based on genetics, previous weight history, brain chemistry, environmental cues, and social pressures. It explores how dozens of hormones affect hunger and satiety and interact with the brain and the gut to regulate feeding behavior. And it explains the addictive nature of foods that interact with the same dopamine and opioid receptors in the brain that cocaine, heroin, amphetamines, and nicotine do.

Whether you’re looking to lose weight, put on muscle mass, or simply understand how your metabolism or gut microbiome is affecting your food cravings, Field has the scientific answers for you.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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Gut Reactions by Simon Quellen Field

Gut Reactions: The Science of Weight Gain and Loss by Simon Quellen Field
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 5.8 MB
Overview: How much do you really know about how the human body works and how it reacts to food, exercise, nutrition, and the environment? While most people have read about at least one fad diet, they’re left wondering about the greater biochemistry, psychology, sociology, and physiology of the obesity crisis in the United States.
Gut Reactions by chemist Simon Quellen Field shows readers how their bodies react to food and the environment and how their brains affect what and how much they eat. It reveals why some diets work for some people but not for others, based on genetics, previous weight history, brain chemistry, environmental cues, and social pressures. It explores how dozens of hormones affect hunger and satiety and interact with the brain and the gut to regulate feeding behavior. And it explains the addictive nature of foods that interact with the same dopamine and opioid receptors in the brain as cocaine, heroin, amphetamines, and nicotine.
Whether you’re looking to lose weight, put on muscle mass, or simply understand how your metabolism or gut microbiome impact your food cravings, Simon Quellen Field has the scientific answers for you.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Health, Fitness & Medical

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Gut Reactions by Simon Quellen Field (.M4B)

Gut Reactions: The Science of Weight Gain and Loss by Simon Quellen Field (Author), David Marantz (Narrator)
Requirements: .M4B reader, 204 MB
Overview: How much do you really know about how the human body works, and how it reacts to food, exercise, nutrition, and the environment? While most of us have read about at least one fad diet, we’re left wondering about the greater biochemistry, psychology, sociology, and physiology of the obesity crisis in the United States.

Gut Reactions by chemist Simon Quellen Field shows us how our bodies react to food and the environment, and how our brain affects what and how much we eat, and in turn, is affected by what we eat. It shows why some diets work for some people but not for others, based on genetics, previous weight history, brain chemistry, environmental cues, and social pressures. It explores how dozens of hormones affect hunger and satiety and interact with the brain and the gut to regulate feeding behavior. And it explains the addictive nature of foods that interact with the same dopamine and opioid receptors in the brain that cocaine, heroin, amphetamines, and nicotine do.

Whether you’re looking to lose weight, put on muscle mass, or simply understand how your metabolism or gut microbiome is affecting your food cravings, Field has the scientific answers for you.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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Gut Reactions by Simon Quellen Field (.ePUB)

Gut Reactions: The Science of Weight Gain and Loss by Simon Quellen Field
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 5.8 MB
Overview: How much do you really know about how the human body works and how it reacts to food, exercise, nutrition, and the environment? While most people have read about at least one fad diet, they’re left wondering about the greater biochemistry, psychology, sociology, and physiology of the obesity crisis in the United States.
Gut Reactions by chemist Simon Quellen Field shows readers how their bodies react to food and the environment and how their brains affect what and how much they eat. It reveals why some diets work for some people but not for others, based on genetics, previous weight history, brain chemistry, environmental cues, and social pressures. It explores how dozens of hormones affect hunger and satiety and interact with the brain and the gut to regulate feeding behavior. And it explains the addictive nature of foods that interact with the same dopamine and opioid receptors in the brain as cocaine, heroin, amphetamines, and nicotine.
Whether you’re looking to lose weight, put on muscle mass, or simply understand how your metabolism or gut microbiome impact your food cravings, Simon Quellen Field has the scientific answers for you.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Health, Fitness & Medical

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The CSIRO Healthy Gut Diet by Michael Conlon, Pennie Taylor + (.ePUB)

The CSIRO Healthy Gut Diet by Michael Conlon, Pennie Taylor, Tony Bird
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 38.76 MB, 227 pages, Retail
Overview: In recent years, we’ve come to realise that a healthy gut is pivotal to a healthy metabolism, a healthy brain and a healthy immune system.

The explosion of scientific research in this field – with CSIRO at the forefront – has also led to the discovery that feeding our gut bacteria with a particular type of fermentable fibre called resistant starch is a major piece in the gut health puzzle.

Collectively, gut problems account for a disproportionate number of GP visits and hospitalisations. Rates of bowel cancer and other intestinal conditions such as inflammatory bowel disease and irritable bowel syndrome are on the rise.The good news is that simple lifestyle changes to ensure a healthy high-fibre diet with lots of resistant starch and tailored to your needs, coupled with regular exercise, can significantly reduce the risk of developing bowel cancer and other gut conditions.

This book provides information on how the gut functions and what can go wrong, along with advice and lots of delicious recipes that are high in fibre and resistant starch. Written by a team of experienced CSIRO researchers, including nutritional scientists and dietitians, many of whom are internationally recognised authorities in nutrition and gut health, it contains simple, practical advice and a wide range of tasty, easy-to-make recipes designed to benefit the gut and overall health.
This is a specially formatted fixed layout ebook that retains the look and feel of the print book.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Food & Drink , Health, Fitness, Medical

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