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Approximately 75 percent of your total immune cells are found in your gut. Most chronic diseases actually begin in the gut. Did you know that there's also a powerful gut brain connection and whatever inflames your gut will eventually inflame your brain, causing memory loss, brain fog, fatigue, and invite all kinds of neurodegenerative diseases into your brain, but when you heal your gut, it helps to protect your brain. Join Dr. Colbert, New York Times best-selling author, as he helps you "unlearn" everything medical experts have been teaching about healthy eating for the last three decades and reveals the true path to digestive health through proper diet supported by nutritional supplements. What you choose to eat and not to eat is the greatest way to protect your health, and Dr. Colbert makes it easier than ever. More and more, science is proving that a healthy digestive system is the key to a healthy brain and body—and the power to keep your gut healthy lies directly with you! This book is going to help you understand the connection between your gut and your health. You will learn that whatever inflames your gut will eventually inflame your brain and the rest of your body. Making the right food choices will become the medicine in which you will walk and live in divine health.
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About the Author
Don Colbert, MD, has been a board-certified family practice doctor for more than twenty-five years in Orlando, Florida, and most recently in Dallas, Texas. He is also board certified in antiaging medicine through the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine and has received extensive training in nutritional and preventative medicine. He is the author of three New York Times best-selling books, including The Seven Pillars of Health and Dr. Colbert’s “I Can Do This” Diet, along with best sellers Toxic Relief, the Bible Cure series, Living in Divine Health, and Stress Less. He has sold more than ten million books and treated more than fifty thousand patients in his years of practicing medicine.