Gut Health for Women: Eat Better to Feel Better in Days!

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Gut health is the new heart health: The more we learn about the intricate workings of the gastrointestinal system the better we understand how and why food and diet really do hold the key to optimal health.

Besides affecting overall digestion (gas, bloating, bowel issues), the gut microbiome plays an important role in inflammation (including autoimmune disorders), mental health, weight control, reproductive health and more. This book reveals the amazing ways these beneficial bugs exert their influence over important mechanisms in the body and provide lifestyle strategies for keeping the system in balance. It explains which foods to eat to keep the good bugs happy and how to supplement the right way and figure out what your body's unique needs are.

This resource guide is the place to start for anyone who struggles with nagging health problems that don't seem to have any definitive cause.

Author: Janet Lee
Publisher: Centennial Books
Published: 08/18/2020
Pages: 192
Binding Type: Hardcover
Weight: 2.05lbs
Size: 9.60h x 7.80w x 0.90d
ISBN13: 9781951274214
ISBN10: 1951274210
BISAC Categories:
- Health & Fitness | Diet & Nutrition | Diets
- Cooking | Health & Healing | Weight Control
- Health & Fitness | Healthy Living

About the Author
Janet Lee, DACM, RYT, is a doctor of Chinese medicine and a health journalist based in Kansas City, Missouri. She specializes in women's health and fertility as well as sports medicine. A publishing industry veteran, Janet worked as an editor at Shape, Self and Fitness and has written hundreds of health, fitness and nutrition articles for various publications, including Consumer Reports, Real Simple and Cosmopolitan, among others. In 2014, she co-wrote The Supplement Handbook (Rodale) with Mark Moyad, MD. She has appeared as a health expert on local and national news and lifestyle programs, including CNN, Good Morning America, The Today Show, CBS This Morning and Entertainment Tonight. Janet also teaches yoga and is currently pursuing a 500-hour training certification.