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Dr. Travis Stork of “The Doctors” has several new weight loss tips in his latest book, “The Lose Your Belly Diet,” but he's happy that "New year. In December, he released The Lose Your Belly Diet, a book that aims to help people lose weight by focusing on the bacteria in your gut. In recent years the diet book trade has focused on stomachs, and not just That's because they help you lose and keep off belly fat, all without.
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Return to Book Page. We want to be healthy. We want to be lean. And we want to lose that annoying fat around our bellies! Based on exciting new research about the dramatic benefits of vibrant gut health and a diverse gut microbiome, the Super-G Life nurtures your gut while burning off excess weight and harmful belly fat. The Super-G Life i We want to be healthy. The Super-G Life is built around a very clear, research-based concept: Eating food that increases, feeds, and protects the microbes in your gut paves the way for weight loss, a slimmer middle, and better overall health.
It s not just about weight loss.
Having great gut health is linked to good health throughout your body. Scientists in this rapidly growing field are finding connections between the gut microbiome and a healthy immune system and gastrointestinal system, as well as autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and inflammatory bowel disease , allergies and asthma, and even cancer.
With every study that s published, scientists become more convinced that a healthy gut leads to a healthy body. We re accustomed to thinking of bacteria as bad and some are but most of the bacteria and microbes in our guts do amazing things, like working with our immune system to fight disease and helping our bodies digest food.
Not only can t we live without them, but as their numbers and diversity increase, so too does our health. I like to think of the microbes in my gut as my little buddies who are helping me stay healthy every minute of the day. And I love the idea of feeding them the foods they need to flourish foods that you ll find in abundance in the Super-G Life.
Research is uncovering ways to boost gut health and nurture the gut microbiome. In this book we ll look at all of the ways you can improve your own gut health. We ll start with diet. The Super-G daily eating plan, which picks up where The Doctor s Diet left off, provides gut-enhancing foods, meal plans, and recipes based on the latest research into gut health.
Foods in the Super-G diet help increase, feed, and protect the microbes in the gut. But diet is just one factor in gut health.
The Lose Your Belly Diet: Change Your Gut, Change Your Life
We ll also look at the many other steps you can take to support your gut microbiome, from avoiding unnecessary antibiotics to worrying a little less about dirt and germs. Even the choices you make about how you bring your children into the world can have an impact on your family s microbiomes. And here s another reason to take good care of your gut health: Every part of your body benefits, including your skin. That s right: When your gut is happy, your skin glows with health and you look and feel younger.
In the Super-G Life, we ll cover all the bases, giving readers everything they need to make dramatic changes in their GI health, their weight, their belly fat, and their overall health. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. More Details Other Editions 3. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
The book is very informative but does not cover what you can drink. Obviously water, but can I have coffee? Did I miss this in my read? Jessica Rose yes the author considers coffee to be a good belly microbe, and is therefore okay in a diet as long as it is less than 32 oz daily. He also added that …more yes the author considers coffee to be a good belly microbe, and is therefore okay in a diet as long as it is less than 32 oz daily.
He also added that tea and wine are acceptable in moderation since they are plant derivatives. How much does it cost? A good price for this. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Dec 30, Devin rated it did not like it Shelves: I don't even view this book as good or particularly credible.
There are a number of much better books that use the updated science of nutrition and exercise.
This plan focuses on food choices and portion control strategies that help you eat more of the high quality foods that nourish you and make you feel full. Growing field of human microbiome research- the study of various tiny organisms that live in our bodies, especially in our bellies.
Healthy people have more beneficial microbes overall and a greater variety of microbes in their bodies than less healthy people; having a balanced, diverse microbe community is the way to go. The diet will focus on making choices that protect and support the microbes in the stomach. It'll help burn off dangerous belly fat and maintain a healthy weight. Refers to microbes as "little buddies". About one-third of children and adolescents are overweight or obese p. Another is personal metabolism.
Metabolism-the rate at which each of us uses and stores energy from food Most gut bacteria love high-fiber foods p. The most important step you can take to protect and support your microbes is to start eating more dietary fiber p.
No matter what amazing discoveries gut researchers make, I don't think the best "medicine" for gut health will ever come from a pill. Americans don't eat enough fiber because we don't enough high-fiber fruits and vegetables and because many of the grain foods we do eat ie.
Drink more water with your fiber intake. Gas, cramps, and bloating are typical, but temporary symptoms as your body adjust to the new fiber intake. Opt for organic produce when possible p. Whole grains are made up of the entire seed, or kernel, of a plant.
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The seed consists of the germ, the bran, and the endosperm, and whole-grain foods contain all those components. With refined grains, the healthy parts of the plant's seed are stripped away.
Foods such as white bread, white pasta, white rice, white flour, and other refined grain have had most of their nutrient-rich bran and germ removed. Thus, almost all of its protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals are lost.
Try adding cinnamon and nutmeg to your yogurt. Look for the words "live and active cultures" on the label. See "Sigg's" brand. Recommends plain because "flavoring adds anywhere from 40 to 60 calories per serving and around 18 more grams of sugar" p. Antibiotics were first developed in the late s, and they became universally available in the US in the s.
They were considered a miracle drug for humans because they cured a range of diseases that had previously killed millions of people.
Antibiotics then started to be given to animals, which also made them fatter. Problem is that the antibiotics that fatten up animals also fatten up the people who eat them p.
When you're downloading organic meats and dairy products, you're also protecting yourself from the growth hormones that are often used in conventionally raised animal products. Antibiotics kill off dangerous bacteria, but also good.
Antibiotics are "Tremendously overused and this overuse is wreaking havoc on good bacteria while causing dangerous bacteria to mutate and become more dangerous" p. Antibiotics make their way into the human microbiome in 2 ways: In one year, more than million courses of antibiotics are prescribed in doctors' offices, clinics, and other outpatient settings. One third to one half is not necessary; million antibiotic prescriptions should never be written, filled, or taken by patients.
Recommends 30min per day of moderate-intensity aerobic activity like walking or jogging miles is moderate in an hour's time p. The actual Lose your Belly Diet Plan follows 5 guidelines: Probiotic Dairy foods: Aim to have a minimum of servings of vegetables per day, but limit starchy vegetables like corn, sweet potatoes, and potatoes, to half a cup total per day.
Also fruits: Proteins- veggie burgers are good see Dr. Praeger's , salmon, trout, shrimp, chicken, almonds, walnuts, peanuts, pistachios, pumpkin seeds, KIND protein bars okay for on the go, Great Grains- Whole grain English Muffin, whole grain bread, unsweetened oatmeal, granola, whole grain crackers, whole grain tortilla, p.
Even if you healthiest diet in the world, you're still not going to lose weight if you eat way too many calories a day p. Chan School of Public Health website webmd. Dec 31, Stephanie Kirschmann rated it it was amazing Shelves: Great recommendations here. More about what you should eat than what you should not eat.
Even as a vegetarian, I find it challenging to integrate the servings of vegetables that he recommends daily. View 2 comments. Feb 19, Beth Polebaum rated it liked it. On the one hand, there are some good recipes in the back of the book. On the other, the book is written as though his readership has the mental capacity of the microbes he insists on calling "Little Buddies. View 1 comment. May 12, Jana rated it liked it Shelves: I can't wait to try the recipes at the back of the book; they look great!
I wasn't overly impressed with the information in the chapters though. I got tired of hearing about my "Little Buddies", and the overuse of transition words annoying so I've rated it 3 out of 5 stars. Jan 06, Elizabeth J Miller rated it really liked it Shelves: Reads somewhat like a text book, however the message is good as well as motivational.
My husband loves the recipies especially the spinach lasgna. Jun 10, Justin rated it really liked it Shelves: If you're suspicious of books trying to convince you to eat better, I'd invite you to direct your attention this way.
Travis Stork explains how what we eats affects the microbiome that lives within us and that a healthy microbiome leads to a healthy weight and less illness. Seems simple right? Well it is. He first begins by breaking down what our microbiomes are and how they relate to our overall health.
Then, he explains how different foods affect these microbiomes. He rounds out the book by If you're suspicious of books trying to convince you to eat better, I'd invite you to direct your attention this way.
He rounds out the book by showing how to put healthy eating habits into practice which will result in a healthy microbiome. I first noticed that the tone of this book was a lot less preachy than some of the diet books I've read have been.
He doesn't make me feel guilty for not already eating how he suggests nor does he present his own triumphs as examples for why we should eat this way. Instead, he uses science and nutrition facts to explain the what, hows, and whys. I also feel there's a lot of common sense in this book. He's not asking readers to cut out specific food groups. He's not asking readers to eat massive amounts of a certain food group.
And he's not asking readers to do anything other than what a lot of health professionals have been saying lately.
The most valuable part of this book is his guidelines for healthy eating and the suggestions for what these guidelines look like in real life. He helps me take the theory and put it into practice. There's also a lot of ways I can adjust these guidelines to individualize my diet.
To me, this means I have a higher chance at eating healthier and maintaining healthy eating habits. Feb 24, Julie rated it really liked it.
A lot of interesting info about gut bacteria and the recipes are very good. Jan 19, Nadine Lucas rated it it was amazing.
Fascinating book with revelatory new information about how our gut bacteria play a significant role in our overall health. I lost 23 lb using Stork's previous book, The Doctor's Diet as a template. There was lots of great comprehensive nutrition information in that book that was easily decipherable and very motivating.
I like this eating plan even more - with its emphasis on whole grains and legumes. That is, it's not an exercise book or a set of short cuts to make you look slimmer. Rather, improving your appearance is actually a side benefit of the better diet. That is, you will naturally have a smaller belly when you incorporate the recommended changes. Stork emphasizes what he calls, "Buddies in Your Belly.
This is not a new idea of course, but it IS a well-supported idea: "Giant piles of research have shown that people who eat adequate fiber have a lower risk of various chronic health conditions, such as heart disease, obesity, diabetes, some kinds of cancer Here are the ones that I found most helpful: 4: In soups, chili , and pasta sauces, replace some meat with beans or lentil 7: Choose fruits and vegetables that are highest in fiber.
For example, raspberries contain much more fiber 8 grams per cup than strawberries 3 grams per cup.
Add beans, lentils , split peas, or seeds to your salads. Swap hummus for mayonnaise as a sandwich spread. Hummus provides you with protein as well as fiber. As a result of reading this tips, I am changing the food I eat to try to emphasize more fiber and microbe diversity, as the doctor recommends.
I confess I had no idea that raspberries had a lot of fiber compared to strawberries. That seems like a really simple change to do. Another good way to enhance your gut microbe diversity is to eat probiotic foods, which are "teeming with helpful microbes, you introduce new guests to the microbe party in your gut. I did not know that. Stork cites the well-known study showing that kids who grow up in "dirtier" environments are often healthier: "Kids who grow up in homes with dogs have lower rates of asthma, allergies, and eczema than kids without dogs.Naturally, this begs the question: The recipes are awesome.
Problem is that the antibiotics that fatten up animals also fatten up the people who eat them p. Part three focuses on other ways to boost your stomach's microbiome health avoiding antibiotics when you don't need them, exercise, and what probiotic supplements to take, namely , while part four gets actionable, providing a diet quiz, recipes, and a meal plan. Aug 14, Karen rated it liked it Shelves: We want to be healthy.
Healthy people have more beneficial microbes overall and a greater variety of microbes in their bodies than less healthy people; having a balanced, diverse microbe community is the way to go. R department, the doctor exhorts the reader to take action NOW.
I also feel there's a lot of common sense in this book. No matter what amazing discoveries gut researchers make, I don't think the best "medicine" for gut health will ever come from a pill.