Approximately 75 percent of your total immune cells are found in your gut.
Join Dr. Colbert, New York Times best-selling author, as he helps you "unlearn" everything medical experts have been teaching about healthy eating for the last three decades and reveals the true path to digestive health through proper diet supported by nutritional supplements. What you choose to eat and not to eat is the greatest way to protect your health, and Dr. Colbert makes it easier than ever. More and more, science is proving that a healthy digestive system is key to a healthy brain and body—and the power to keep your gut healthy lies directly with you!
This book is going to help you understand the connection between your gut and your health. You will learn that whatever inflames your gut will eventually inflame your brain and the rest of your body. Making the right food choices will become the medicine in which you will walk and live in divine health.
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Many believe the pandemic crisis of 2020 is only a foretaste of things to come. If so, it serves as a wake-up call to remind us of the urgency of protecting our health.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, the entire world has had to rethink the way we do health. With this new paradigm backed by the latest scientific research, Don Colbert, MD, brings you cutting-edge medical advice and tells you everything you need to know to optimize your body’s immune system, avoid exposure, detect the early warning signs, and treat and recover from an illness during pandemics like COVID-19. You’ll learn:
What the Bible and past pandemics can teach us about outbreaks
How telemedicine and technology are changing the way we do healthcare
How the key to a strong immune system is a healthy gut
Ways to protect your health through diet, natural supplements, and the latest breakthrough medical treatments
We don’t have to live in fear. The good news is that we can learn from this pandemic as well as those in the past, and we can arm ourselves with the tools we need to be prepared for pandemic outbreaks both now and in the future.