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Gut Well Soon

A Practical Guide to a Healthier Body and a Happier Mind

By (author) Catherine Rogers
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Panoma Press, United Kingdom
Published: 17th Apr 2019
Dimensions: w 128mm h 217mm d 18mm
Weight: 300g
ISBN-10: 1784521566
ISBN-13: 9781784521561
Barcode No: 9781784521561
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Gut Well Soon navigates the turbulent waters of health and wellness in the 21st century. It explores the science underpinning the health claims and misconceptions we have all heard but never fully understood. In particular it explains why our gut bacteria is crucial to our mental and physical health, and explains what you can do to support it in a simple and accessible way. Not satisfied with just words, Catherine has created an informative and individualised online programme called Reset Your Gut to help put the fully-referenced information in this book into your everyday life.

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We now know that our diet and lifestyle including exercise, stress resilience, sleep and exposure to pollution, impact the health of our gut bacteria. This book explores how, and offers practical solutions for regaining your health. -- Benjamin I. Brown, ND, author, The Digestive Health Solution An inspirational and practical guide to a happy gut and happy mind. -- Teresa Devitt, physiotherapist, BSc (Hons) MSc, MHPC Brilliant! In the sea of ever changing and controversial information on how to live a happy, healthy life, this book offers an excellent and well researched pragmatic approach. -- Dr I Jacobsen, cardiologist with an interest in preventative medicine All the information you need to reform your health, body and mind. -- Dr Tanya Malpass, cancer survivor and FRCP A jargon-free guide, written by a mother-of-three, to all things gut health, drawing on cutting-edge research from Oxford University PhD researchers and the practical advice of health professionals. -- The Mail on Sunday