The Australian classic bestseller on a happy, healthy gut, by the country's top experts.
A healthy body needs a healthy gut. More and more researchers are finding out how complex and important the gut is to our mood, wellness and longevity. So many problems can be traced to the gut - from obesity and allergies to cramping and chronic malaise. Taking care of your gut by understanding what it consists of, how it works and what to feed it is the first step towards good health.
In this revised classic, medical researchers at the Gut Foundation provide all the basics on gut health and disorders, as well as the most recent data on things such as microbiomes and radical treatments. Highly respected nutritionist Dr Rosemary Stanton shows us that good eating doesn't mean boring food and difficult recipes, but can actually lead to fresh, simple, tasty meals, and - most importantly - a calm, regular and healthy gut.
With around 150 recipes, The Good Gut Cookbook delivers clear, concise advice, backed by the authority of Australia's top gut specialists and most trusted nutritionist.
About the Author
Founded in 1983 by the Gastroenterological Society of Australia, The Gut Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation specialising in all aspects of gastrointestinal and digestive health for the benefit of both the public and medical practitioners. It is dedicated to conducting medical research to understand the causes of gut problems and better methods of prevention and treatment, and to educate the Australians on the latest findings.