It has been six months since I had to have emergency surgery to remove my gallbladder and it hasn't been an easy recovery per se. Why? Everything that I loved to eat, fried foods, cheese, and drink milk I can no longer enjoy. If I do, the consequence are severe. So, what do I do? I have to eat healthy. That's why this next author and book I am presenting is so important to me and I think it will prove to be beneficial for you too. Take a look.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Uncover how probiotics can supercharge your health with this powerful guide!
- An Introduction to Probiotics – Everything You Need to Know
- The Underlying Science of Probiotics and Gut Health
- The Powerful Impact of Probiotics on The Human Body
- How to Develop a Healthy Gut Microbiome
- Why Probiotics Can Help Cure Crohn’s Disease, IBS, Obesity, and More
- Understanding the Key Differences Between Probiotics and Prebiotics
- How Prebiotics Can Help Reduce Cancer Risk, Control Blood Pressure, and Reduce Inflammation
- The BEST Foods for a Healthy Gut Microbiome
- And So Much More!
Buy now to discover the wonders of a healthy gut today!
My hobbies are writing online on various blogging platforms, PC and mobile games, music, reading books, and TV (great fan of the show Masterchef Australia).
My passion for writing made me wait up for long sleepless nights which made me prone few health disorders such as reflux disease (GERD - Gastro Esophagial Reflux Disease) and back pain. Couldn't do much except few exercises and postural corrections for back pain. But the reflux, on the other hand, was quite bothersome. I cannot sleep properly if I don't take my medication every day. It was very disheartening for me because I know there will be some adverse side effects in the future because of this GERD is a chronic condition with just symptomatic relief.
Then the first time I heard about probiotics and their various uses. As a nutritionist, I was very skeptical about their effects. So, I thought I would give a try to check how they can help in for my reflux disease. I didn't use any supplements for this. I used only fermented foods such as tempeh, kefir, and a few others. During the initial days, I couldn't find any difference and sometimes I even felt that my condition became worse. But I kept myself telling that there will be obvious side effects or spikes in symptoms when you are undergoing certain treatment regimes. I never gave up my probiotic-rich food regime. Surprisingly, my reflux came down and I got rid of my medications (of course not in an instant). Now I am very happy and I can go on without medication for days. I added more types of fermented foods and also added prebiotics to my diet which have added values.
My personal experience made me explore more about probiotics and learn how they create a huge impact on our lives. I have read many scientific journals, research publications citing the results and case studies of probiotics. I was really amazed at how they can have a significant impact on our lifestyle.
Probiotics are highly popular in western countries, especially in the USA. But there is very little to no knowledge about them in the third world. This made me feel that I should definitely create awareness about probiotics and healthy gut microbiome. Initially, I thought of creating a website (which I did) but in this competitive world, I must invest more time and money on making my website visible in this great ocean of websites. Since I couldn’t do these technical tweaks I’ve sold my website and concentrated on writing this eBook and ta da….here is my book.
Where did you get the inspiration for your book’s cover?
These foods are healthy and very beautiful looking too. I feel that the food you eat must look appealing and fortunately, all the fermented foods I took, and the prebiotics are very attractive and are tasty too.
The primary objective of the book is to include certain foods that are rich in various kinds of probiotics that may heal your condition (if you have). There are many probiotic species that have different types of advantages and all of them are not available in one single type of food. You can take probiotic supplements if you like, there is no harm in it but I believe that the natural food you take is a long term and a continuous source of probiotics. This inspired me to design the cover of my book with natural foods rich in probiotics and prebiotics.
My wife has a significant impact on me to write this book. She was a constant supporter and motivated me to put my experiences on paper. I can't thank you enough.
One of my dearest friends Jai Harvey Yin from Australia also helped me a lot to make this task possible. Lots of love, Jai!!
Then I put myself in the shoes of a reader and gave a thought process. I outlined the contents to be included in the book and made sure I start with basics, including a bit of history. I never mentioned how the healthy gut microbiome helped me in healing my conditions because it will create a feeling that I am advertising myself and the book itself. So, I made sure I included every bit of use that probiotics can help and made sure I did not give examples of mine.
There is also a recipe section that will help you make various types of probiotic-rich fermented foods. At the end, for those who cannot make these fermented recipes, you will find some of the best supplements that are available out there in the market.
I made sure that everything in this book is informative and provides insights about gut microbiome. Read for yourself; you will find out.