A simplified explanation of probiotics and what they can do for and to the human body is long overdue. Despite the fact that people use the term probiotics a lot in the media as well as in everyday life there appears to be some confusion as to whether probiotics are something that occurs naturally in a healthy human gut or 'biome', something that is added to your yogurt or whether it’s simply a pot of pills that you need to take when you're ill.
Gut Health and Probiotics will take readers on a quest to understand what both probiotics and prebiotics can do for their long term gut health and how this might affect a broad range of body systems from skin health to mental health.
Along the way readers will discover how useful probiotics are in both preventing and curing specific ailments, as Jenny explains just how simple it is to feel great from the inside-out.
About the Author
Jenny Tschiesche is one of the UK's leading nutrition experts and the founder of www.lunchboxdoctor.com, a hugely popular brand. She creates delicious and nutritious recipes for leading brands and health campaigns including 'BBC Sport, Sport England, Cancer Research UK' and 'The Realbuzz Group'. Jenny is a guest nutrition presenter on 'QVC' (the TV shopping channel) and regularly contributes to TV and radio shows including 'Good Morning Britain' and 'BBC Radio' and to newspapers and magazines including 'The Guardian, The Mail, Zest, Prima' and 'Top Sante.'
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Number Of Pages: 160