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'Each page oozes wisdom and insight, mirrored with realistic tips and advice on nurturing your digestive health' Get the Gloss
'The most relevant and provocative nutritionist I've ever met' Nick Barnard, founder of Rude Health
'In a world of food fads, Eve's approach is grounded, sensible and do-able' Suzy Greaves, Editor, Psychologies
'Eve is smart and practical; her advice is spot on and her recipes are distinctive and easy to make' Ian Marber, nutritional therapist and author
'Each chapter leaves you feeling enlightened and fired up to make real change' Healthista.com
In Be Good to Your Gut, nutritional therapist Eve Kalinik shows you the path to better digestion and reveals the far-reaching effects of good gut health - from a stronger immune system and balanced hormones to a greater resilience to stress and reduced inflammation.
The real work on getting your gut to be as healthy and happy as it can be starts with what you feed it. Eve's advice is complemented with over eighty enticing, nourishing recipes you'll want to eat over and over again, including Miso Cod with Wasabi Broccoli, Chocolate Chia Fudgy Pancakes, Matcha Banana Bread, Turmeric Chicken with Laksa Zoodles, Amandino Ice Cream and Happy Cow Burgers.
If you simply want to improve your gut health and overall wellbeing but don't know where to start, or you are looking for further insight into digestive conditions such as IBS, the advice in Be Good to Your Gut will help you feel fantastic, and proves that being good to your gut is great for your taste buds, too.
Eve Kalinik is a nutritional therapist, health writer and brand consultant. She previously worked in the fashion and PR industries, before qualifying and setting up her own practice in London. Eve regularly hosts interactive workshops, talks and retreats with various media, corporate and wellbeing companies. She also writes regularly for leading publications and online platforms including a monthly page for Psychologies magazine and is the wellbeing columnist for MATCHESFASHION.COM tackling various nutrition related topics. Eve is a registered member of the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT) and the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) and hold a BA degree in Psychology. More information can be found on her website www.evekalinik.com.