No Guts, No Glory8/3/2012
Your gut may be good for instincts, but it may also be an indicator of poor digestive health. Dr. Steven Lamm’s new book “No Guts, No Glory” expands on this idea by providing insight and solutions to boost your digestive, and colon, health.
Dr. Lamm believes “No Guts, No Glory” hitting Amazon’s bestseller list has less to do with its publicity on “The View” and more to do with the fact that 90 to 100 million Americans have digestive concerns. In his book, Dr. Lamm discusses how addressing these can be the key to whole body wellness. He notes in an interview that medical issues such as heart disease and even Alzheimer’s can be prevented through improved gut health.
In order to increase your personal wellness, lifestyle changes are key. Dr. Lamm suggests implementing simple habits such as eating slowly and making sure half your meals are comprised of veggies and fruit. He also recommends subtracting saturated fats and red meats and adding in digestive enzymes to your daily diet. More great tips can be found on his website.
Remember, you can trust a healthy gut. Simple lifestyle changes could be key to getting your digestive system and overall wellness back on track. And if you’re out of sorts, it might be a good idea to schedule a colonoscopy to make sure everything’s in working order.
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