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Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organ Characters Ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ý ❴Ebook❵ ➡ Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organ Author Giulia Enders – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Ruột ơi là ruột mời gọi chúng ta khám phá Charme Alles PDFEPUB #190 Ruột ơi là ruột mời gọi chúng ta khám phá một trong những Darm mit ePUB #9734 cơ uan phức tạp nhất uan trọng nhất và có thể nói là diệu mit Charme Alles ePUB #10003 kỳ nhất trong cơ thể nơi cư trú của cả một thế giới sống mit Charme Alles über ein Kindle động – với số lượng đông đảo gấp nhiều lần loài người cư ngụ trên Trái đất gồm các chiến binh tí hon của hệ miễn dịch và vô vàn uần thể vi sinh vật có lợi đang t. review based on Audible audiobookThis is a book which is perfect for audio Written for the layperson it is informative and funny but without the added benefit of an amazing narrator who is able to get the tone just right it may have seemed a little bit silly Another reviewer noted the abundance of exclamation marks in the text that might be annoying but when read aloud by Katy Sobey the jokes and wry exclamations seem just rightThe content was interesting and entertaining both educational and practical Despite my background in healthcare and personal experience with an irksome gut there was lots here I didn't know and tips I could put into practice This is not just a boring run through of the mouth anus journey Enders uses up to date research to show how scientists are finding out and about how the gut can affect the body in surprising ways From how having a baby by caesarean section can leave the child prone to asthma to the links between certain gut flora and depression risk taking and suicide this book is a trove of fascinating information It also has a section on what your poo should look like In other words it has it all Highly recommended for anyone who wants to know a bit about how their body works

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ích cực làm việc để nuôi sống và bảo vệ chúng ta đường ruột ua cuộc hành trình của miếng bánh đi từ miệng thực uản dạ dày xuống ruột non ruột già rồi dừng chân ở một luống rau nào đó cùng những hình ảnh minh họa ngộ nghĩnh và ví dụ gần gũi cuốn sách cung cấp những thông tin hữu ích về uá trình hấp thụ chất dinh dưỡng tầm uan trọng của vi khuẩn tốt với trẻ sơ sinh mối liên hệ của hệ vi khuẩn đường ruột với các chứng b. DNF at 80% I'm over the gut I really really enjoy science books especially anything having to do with medicinethe body That make sense of course seeing as I have a degree in a medical field but I really can't get enough of learning about the human body However after listening to Mary Roach's Gulp Adventures on the Alimentary Canal which I enjoyed very much I thought I was ready for another round of intestinal delight I was partly right What Mary Roach does is she breaks up a never ending stream of facts into a story line of sorts That wasn't really done here While I found the information interesting in Gut The Inside Story of Our Body’s Most Underrated Organ I missed the personal anecdotes and stories from Gulp which has very similar subject matter Also while the narrator of Gut was pretty good she didn't hold a candle to the narrator of Gulp I still liked learning about the alimentary canal and intestinal tract and I still bored my family to death with random gut facts but it got to be a little drab for me Time for me to move on to another body part

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Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organệnh từ chứng bất dung nạp chứng dị ứng cho đến các chứng bệnh kỳ lạ mà ta tưởng chừng chẳng hề có liên uan như chứng căng thẳng bệnh Alzheimer và cả hiện tượng tự sátCuốn sách chắc làm thay đổi thói uen ăn uống và sinh hoạt của chúng ta để có một đường ruột khỏe mạnh bởi “đường ruột khỏe cơ thể mạnh”“Một hiện tượng xuất bản được viết ra để loại bỏ mọi điều cấm kỵ khỏi câu chuyện đại tiện” – The Times. 35 stars In the year or so I have had a fascination with my own gut after my doctor surmised that my stomach problems were because I have IBS Since then I have read countless articles and watched countless videos on the subject in an attempt to help me manage my gut and its problems better So naturally when Gut by Giulia Enders was released I had to get it and read up on the subject from a scientific point of viewThis book was a truly fascinating read and I learned a lot of things that I didn't know before Unfortunately I didn't have the foresight to keep a notebook and pen beside me while reading because I would have liked to have had a list next to me that I could go back through again in detail However some of the things I learned were why antibiotics are only a good thing in the most extreme cases why not all creatures can vomit and why it's a good thing we can how babies born naturally as opposed to with a caesarean section are better protected with bacteria in their early months and how it's not actually probiotics that will do our guts the best but prebioticsThere were definitely sections of this book that interested me than others such as sections on allergies and intolerances vomiting despite my fear of the subject and how the brain and the gut are a lot linked than we might have previously thought However particularly with the latter section I would have loved to have seen a bit information as I felt they were way too short in comparison to other sections I also wish there had been of a focus on issues such as IBS ulcerative colitis and Crohn's Disease although all three were mentioned I was hoping for a bit information on what causes them and what can be done to manage their symptomsI enjoyed Enders writing style for the most part she manages to balance some of the fact heavy sections with light hearted humour which was nice particularly for someone who is relatively new to popular science However there were times where I found the constant jokes less funny she uses a lot of metaphors throughout the book to illustrate her point but they did seem at times for comedic value than to help further clarify her points and a lot of them I could have really done without I did however like the pictures that accompanied the text drawn by her graphic designer sister Jill Enders and they were actually very helpful at seeing certain elements of Enders text clearly for example in how our food travels through our bodyOverall this was a fun and very entertaining read and I did learn a lot from it Although there were things I would have changed and gone into depth about this is probably a really great starting point for science n00bs like me who want to know about our own body and its role in our everyday lives