The Anti-viral Gut

by Robynne Chutkan

The Anti-viral Gut

  • ISBN-13: 9780593420836
  • Author(s): Robynne Chutkan
  • Subject: Family & health
  • Publisher: Penguin Random House Group
  • Imprint: Avery
  • Publication Date: 03-11-2022
  • Format: h/b

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Multiple studies have now confirmed a dramatic link between the health of our microbiome - the trillions of bacteria that live in our digestive tract and help fight invading viruses - and our likelihood of getting devastating illnesses like COVID. The balance of these microscopic organisms can also influence the severity of infection, and impact our body's ability to combat lingering symptoms including inflammation, brain fog, fatigue, depression, and more. In The Anti-Viral Gut, Dr. Robynne Chutkan explains this groundbreaking research and offers a prescriptive plan for anyone recovering from a viral illness to rehab their gut microbes and restore their health. Low-fiber diets, limited exposure to nature, and overzealous use of pharmaceuticals have messed up our microbiome, making many of us susceptible to the worst long-hauler effects of COVID. But the good news is that unlike our genes, our microbiome can change dramatically in as little as thirty hours after food reaches the gut,
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Multiple studies have now confirmed a dramatic link between the health of our microbiome - the trillions of bacteria that live in our digestive tract and help fight invading viruses - and our likelihood of getting devastating illnesses like COVID. The balance of these microscopic organisms can also influence the severity of infection, and impact our body's ability to combat lingering symptoms including inflammation, brain fog, fatigue, depression, and more. In The Anti-Viral Gut, Dr. Robynne Chutkan explains this groundbreaking research and offers a prescriptive plan for anyone recovering from a viral illness to rehab their gut microbes and restore their health. Low-fiber diets, limited exposure to nature, and overzealous use of pharmaceuticals have messed up our microbiome, making many of us susceptible to the worst long-hauler effects of COVID. But the good news is that unlike our genes, our microbiome can change dramatically in as little as thirty hours after food reaches the gut,

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