Intestines in top shape
By Irene Brøndum Møbjerg, Majbritt Louring Engell, and Oluf Borbye Pedersen
Do you just sneeze at the thought of a birch tree, or do you have a hard time buttoning your pants after the lunch break, and do you feel energized and sad? Maybe you are just feeding the wrong bacteria.
Inside your gut live about 100 trillion bacteria side by side. Bacteria, which in recent years have increasingly dropped their anonymous existence and have come to the fore. There are many indications that they control both your waist measurement, your immune system - and even your thoughts. This book gives you the ultimate guide on how, with a little effort and plain food, you can pamper the gut bacteria that work with you and make life miserable for the bacteria that oppose you. The result is a strong intestinal mucosa that can absorb more vitamins, regulate your blood sugar and weight, send feel good signals to your brain and keep harmful bacteria at bay.
To make it easy for you to conjure up the gut-friendly food, the authors of the book have created 60 wonderful recipes, all based on completely natural ingredients. You get inspiration for everything from healthy breakfast to lunch on the go, filling dinner dishes and light delicacies. The dietary principles are based on the latest research in the field and are green, coarse and gluten-free.