Get to Know Your Gut: Everything You Wanted to Know about Burping, Bloating, Candida, Constipation, Food Allergies, Farting, and Poo But Were Afraid to Ask

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Marlowe, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 210 pages
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In Get to Know Your Gut, Joan Sauers and Joanna McMillan-Price take a candid, often hilarious look at the inner workings of our gut, explaining to readers why their stomachs act the way they do and how they can avoid many ?uncomfortable” situations. This indispensable book breaks down the bathroom door on previously taboo subjects, from bad breath to flatulence and every other digestive function in between, and offers straight answers to those awkward questions we all want to ask but just don't have the nerve?such as, Why do I need to go to the bathroom when I get scared? Why do I get constipated when I travel? What color should my poo be? What makes my breath smell bad??and much more. Illustrated with useful, easy-to-understand diagrams and filled with lists of what to do and what not to do for a wide variety of tummy troubles, Get to Know Your Gut will help readers understand how their gastrointestinal system works and what they can do to help it run more smoothly and work better.

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About the author (2005)

Sauers, previously a scriptwriter and editor for Fox Studios and Zoetrope Studios in Hollywood, now writes television and film screenplays and lectures in screenwriting at film schools in London, Paris, and Berlin.

Joanna McMillan-Price, BSc, is completing her PhD at the University of Sydney on the links between the glycemic index and weight loss. She lectures on nutrition in Australia and the UK and is currently developing a major nutrition and weight loss program to be launched in health clubs across the UK.

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