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The Bitter Prescription: Engineering Your Diet, Digestion, and Hormones After 35

The Bitter Prescription: Engineering Your Diet, Digestion, and Hormones After 35

by Jennifer Stagg

Hardcover

$26.00
Available for Pre-Order. This item will be available on June 30, 2020

Overview

Unleash your greatest health potential through this revolutionary eating plan incorporating bioactive power foods!

In The Bitter Prescription, Dr. Stagg outlines the core elements for optimal health as we age: using bitter bioactive foods to improve digestion and metabolism, the bitter truth about how your dietary needs change with age, and how getting rid of bitter feelings will set you up for your greatest potential.

Armed with this knowledge, she provides you with a bioactive rich dietary plan that is not only an excellent source of nutrition, but also has the added bonus of helping you absorb more of those nutrients from your food and improve metabolism. As we get older, our digestive function and metabolism slows, making us more likely to suffer from deficiencies that can make our systems sluggish. What may have worked in our twenties seems to no longer benefit us. If you are eating well and not seeing results, this book is for you!

While most books and diet plans out there may do a good job of outlining a food plan, they lack the tools to make the program long-lasting and accentuate the latest fad diet. As food- and health-conscious individuals know, it is much easier to start a plan than it is to sustain it. In The Bitter Prescription, Dr. Stagg also maps out how to utilize mindset and emotional health to make these changes last a lifetime!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781642932829
Publisher: Post Hill Press
Publication date: 06/30/2020
Pages: 256
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.25(h) x (d)

About the Author

Dr. Jennifer Stagg is a naturopathic physician and is the founder and medical director of Whole Health Wellness Center in Connecticut. Dr. Stagg is also the author of Unzip Your Genes and is routinely interviewed, appearing as an expert guest in the media on the topic of nutrigenomics. She has always been passionate about science and health and started out as a doctoral student in Biochemistry at the University of Iowa. Dr. Stagg is the former director of the USDA—Agricultural Research Service Medicinal Botanical Program at Mountain State University. She also serves on medical advisory boards and is an industry consultant. Dr. Stagg is a well-known authority in precision lifestyle medicine, a medical educator, and sought-after speaker. She has appeared on NBC, ABC, CBS, and FOX.