Description of The Gut-Health Fix
It turns out that your gastrointestinal system and, by extension, the nearly immeasurable number of bacteria contained within it are in the business of far more than just ensuring your latest meal is properly digested. In fact, they can make us sick, or they can help keep us healthy. The good news is there are things you can do to take control of your health and fix your gut starting right now.
What you will learn in The Gut-Health Fix
- The connection between the gut and a host of diseases and imbalances
- The power of probiotics and prebiotics
- Foods to embrace and foods to avoid
- Recipes and cooking techniques to nourish a healthy microbiome
- Principles for building balanced, gut-friendly meals
- How to make your new, gut-healthy lifestyle sustainable in the long term
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Week 1: Surveying Your Garden
- Week 2: Weeding Your Garden and Removing Invasive Species
- Week 3: Tilling the Soil
- Week 4: Planting Healthy Seeds Part 1
- Week 5: Planting Healthy Seeds Part 2
- Week 6: Nurturing Your Healthy New Garden
- Week 7: Making Your Garden Self-Sustainable
About Seamus Mullen
Seamus Mullen is an award-winning New York chef, restaurateur and cookbook author known for his inventive yet approachable Spanish cuisine, he is also a leading authority on health and wellness. Seamus opened his first solo restaurant Tertulia in Manhattan in 2011, which was awarded two stars from The New York Times and was a finalist for the James Beard Foundation Award for Best New Restaurant. In 2013, he opened El Colmado, a Spanish tapas and wine bar at Gotham West Market, a food hall in New York’s Hell’s Kitchen.
Growing up on an organic farm in Vermont, Seamus learned from a young age the value of eating real, whole foods. After cooking throughout Spain, New York and San Francisco, Seamus first rose to national prominence in 2006 with Boqueria, one of the first critically acclaimed and highly successful Spanish restaurants in New York. In 2009, he was one of three finalists on the Food Network’s “The Next Iron Chef.” He can often be seen as a featured judge on the popular Food Network series “Chopped” and “Beat Bobby Flay,” and is a frequent guest on programs such as The Today Show, The Martha Stewart Show and CBS This Morning.
More recently, Seamus has become a leading authority in the conversation on food, health and wellness. An avid cyclist who raced competitively in his twenties, he was diagnosed in 2007 with rheumatoid arthritis, an autoimmune disease that forced him to rethink his relationship with food, and led to his first cookbook Hero Food, published in 2012. Through food, exercise and lifestyle changes, Seamus was able to successfully turn his health around. He shares his story through numerous speaking engagements around the country, and has been featured in major publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Chicago-Tribune, and The Guardian. He has written about his experience for The New York Times and through his bimonthly column in Men’s Journal.
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