Gut : the inside story of our body's most underrated organ
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|Kirtland Community College Library||QP 145 .E53 2018||30775305514367||General Collection||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781771643764
- ISBN: 1771643765
293 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
- Edition: Revised edition.
- Publisher: Vancouver : Greystone Books, 
- Copyright: ©2018
Translation of: Darm mit Charme.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||Includes bibliographical references (pages 282-293).|
|Formatted Contents Note:||Gut feeling. How does pooping work? And why that's an important question ; The gateway to the gut ; The structure of the gut ; What we really eat ; Allergies and intolerances -- The nervous system of the gut. How our organs transport food ; Reflux ; Vomiting ; Constipation ; The brain and the gut -- The world of microbes. I am an ecosystem ; The immune system and out bacteria ; The development of the gut flora ; The adult gut population ; The role of the gut flora ; The bad guys: harmful bacteria and parasites ; Of cleanliness and good bacteria -- Update on the brain-but connection. New discoveries ; Clever cravings for fermented foods.|
|Summary, etc.:||In this updated edition of a worldwide bestseller, Giulia Enders reveals the secrets and science of the digestive system--including new research on the connection between the gut and the brain. For too long, the gut has been the body's most ignored and least appreciated organ. But it does more than just dirty work; our gut is at the core of who we are. With quirky charm, science star and medical doctor Giulia Enders explains the gut's magic, answering questions like: Why does acid reflux happen? What's really up with gluten and lactose intolerance? How does the gut affect obesity and mood? A new section on the brain-gut axis dives into groundbreaking discoveries of psychobiotics - microbes with psychological effects that can influence conditions like depression and even stress. Aided with cheerful illustrations by Enders's sister Jill, this beguiling manifesto will make you finally listen to those butterflies in your stomach: they're trying to tell you something important.|
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