12 Best Books About Gut Health Update 05/2022

How we feel and how well we stay healthy are all affected by the trillions of microorganisms in our gut. The best books on gut health can help you learn more about how this amazing community of bugs affects your health, or they can give you ideas for tasty and healthy recipes.

The Diet Myth by Professor Tim Spector

“One size fits all” advice is why most diets don’t work because it treats us all the same. Prof. Tim Spector, ZOE’s scientific co-founder, explains why the key to health and weight loss isn’t in the next fad diet, but rather in the gut bugs inside us. He shows how, by understanding our own unique biology, we can get healthy guts and healthy bodies.

Fiber fueled by Dr. Will Bulsiewicz

He’s a well-known gastroenterologist and the newest member of ZOE’s Scientific Advisory Board, so Dr. Will Bulsiewicz has a lot of experience to help people understand how their bodies work and how to improve their health. If you want to improve your health, Fiber-fueled has a 28-day plan for you to follow. There are menus with lots of vegetables in them, as well as recipes and advice for dealing with food allergies.

Spoon-Fed by Professor Tim Spector

Prof. Tim Spector has written a new book that explains why almost everything we’ve been told about food is wrong, and it’s very important. Short myth-busting chapters cover things like calorie counting, gluten, and nutritional guidelines, and they make us think about our relationship with food in a new way.

Gut by Giulia Enders

If you want to learn about everything from “how does pooping work?” to how our microbes can play a role in obesity and allergies, this book is for you.

Gut Garden by Katie Brosnan

Gut Garden is a great book for people of all ages. It’s a great way to learn about how our bodies break down food. Every time food goes into our mouths, we meet a million or more microbes that live there.

10% Human by Alanna Collen

In this video, Alanna Collen, a biologist and science writer, talks about how our gut, with its 100 trillion microorganisms, affects everything from how much weight we gain and how healthy we are to which partner we choose. There are a lot of interesting case studies and practical advice for how to take care of your gut in 10 percent Human, which is a scientific look at the microbiome.

There’s still a lot to like in this book, even though the headline statistic has been disproved. New research shows that we are about equal parts human and bacteria. Alanna Collen, a biologist, is very good at writing. She uses images and metaphors to make this complicated subject easy to understand. She’s also very honest about things that science hasn’t been able to figure out yet.

The Good Gut by Justin and Erica Sonnenburg

If you want to improve your good bacteria, Justin and Erica Sonnenburg from Stanford have a plan for you. They also show you how to do that. This book combines the most up-to-date science with practical advice that you can use right away. It gives advice on how to take care of your gut and how to deal with an ageing microbiome.

People in the field of gut research think that Justin and Erica Sonnenberg are a very good match. Both Stanford University researchers, they’ve written a co-authored book that sums up what they’ve learned together. Expect to learn about gut-friendly foods, simple lifestyle changes, and even safe alternatives to antibiotics in this class.

The Psychobiotic Revolution: Mood, Food, and the New Science of the Gut-Brain Connection by Scott C. Anderson

Psychobiotics: A look into the world of psychobiotics and the idea that the brain and mental state are very much linked to the microbiome. One of the best books for anyone who wants to learn more about how food affects mood. There are a lot of practical tips on how to use food to improve your mood.

The Gut Stuff by Lisa McFarlane (pre-order)

Before this book, Alana and Lisa McFarlane talked to a lot of scientists, academics, chefs, and foodies. Their new book is a great way to start taking control of your gut health. This book is full of information about pre and probiotics, common digestive problems, and practical advice for people who are just starting to learn about the gut. It’s also fun to read.

The Doctor’s Kitchen by Rupy Aujila

Rupy Aujila is an NHS doctor who loves to use food to improve people’s health. Her book is full of plant-based recipes that are both tasty and healthy. The Doctor’s Kitchen has more than 100 recipes in it. It’s a great book for anyone who needs a little culinary inspiration.

At ZOE, we believe that understanding your gut is the best way to improve your health. These books give you a better understanding of the trillions of microbes that live inside of you. However, each of us is unique, and our microbiomes are no exception to this rule. It’s easy to find out what kind of bugs live in your gut with our at-home test kit. This way, you can better understand how food makes you feel and how to improve your health.

The Happy Skin Solution By Fiona Lawson

Your skin can also be affected by your gut microbiome. This is why it’s important to keep your gut healthy. Fiona Lawson, a nutritionist, shows how improving your digestion can help you get rid of your acne, and she gives advice that can help you get rid of other skin problems, too. Expect step-by-step help and a realistic, gentle way of doing things.

The Digestive Health Solution by Benjamin Brown

Ben Brown, a naturopath and nutritionist, is known for being very careful when he looks at scientific research. In this book, he puts together all of the clinical pearls he learned from academic studies to make a clear, practical guide to beating IBS. We tell you that you’ll never look at kiwis the same way again after you read this.

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