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    Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organ E–pub READ Characters í PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Giulia Enders Giulia Enders ☆ 2 Read This is a great intro to a fascinating subject written with the casual reader and layperson in mind It is almost unbelievable that we know so little about such an important part of our body scientists know about bees than they do about our belly based bacteria Our digestive system is the only part of our body th

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    Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organ E–pub READ review based on Audible audiobookThis is a book which is perfect for audio Written for the layperson it is informative and funny bu

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    Giulia Enders ☆ 2 Read Characters í PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Giulia Enders Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organ E–pub READ A charming book Which seems an odd thing to write about a book which touches on bad breathe and its causes tonsil stonesview spoiler these are the stinky white lumps that you might cough up from time to time hide spoiler

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    Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organ E–pub READ Free read Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organ I did enjoy scientific parts of this book I found out some stuff I haven't heard before but fart jokes and such became rather annoying at some point I understand that the author was trying to keep it light so her readers wouldn't start yawning and dozing off on facts parts but I think it would be better off without it Oh well maybe I'm just not the target reader for this book In general pretty good informative and rather recommend

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    Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organ E–pub READ Recommended for those who would like to know about how their bodies work but are afraid of biologicalmedical jargon Writt

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    Free read Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organ Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organ E–pub READ Characters í PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Giulia Enders 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 enj

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    Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organ E–pub READ I absolutely loved this I learned so much about my own body it’s crazy I am pretty sure I have been raving about this book to my friends and family so much they could probably say they have read it as well haha I had to

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    Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organ E–pub READ Giulia Enders ☆ 2 Read Characters í PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Giulia Enders This book gives us a warm and friendly journey through the gut Written in easy terms for the layman and generously illustrated by the author's sister this is a very accessible description of the journey of food through our bodies and

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    Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organ E–pub READ 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

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    Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organ E–pub READ Free read Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organ Rating 3 out of 5 I'm not charmed I found the writing childish with too many exclamation marks and didn't find things as funny as the author obviously did at times I like the first 100 pages the best because of the numerous new things I learned but the for the rest of the book I mostly just wished it would be over already It's sup

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Characters í PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Giulia Enders

Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organ

Free read Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organ Read & download ↠ Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organ Ê PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Characters í PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Giulia Enders Otkako se pojavila u knjižarama pa sve do danas jedinstvena knjiga Giulie Enders osvaja prva mjesta svih relevantnih svjetskih top lista i ne prestaje intrigirati zanimljivošću i aktualnošću svoje tematike Autorica je uspjela na potpuno nov duhovit i zabavan način ispričati čudesnu priču o ključnoj ulozi crijeva ne samo za probavu nego i za cjelokupno ljudsko zdravljeDo sada praćena imidžom. 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

Free read Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organ

Free read Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organ Read & download ↠ Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organ Ê PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Characters í PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Giulia Enders Ih alergija pa sve do tjeskobe i depresije povezane su s poremećenom ravnotežom crijevne flore i bolesnim crijevima Ako o njima vodimo brigu i njegujemo ih ona postaju osnova našeg zdravlja Najnovija medicinska istraživanja koja autorica iznosi s nevjerojatnom lakoćom otkrivaju fascinantne podatke i potvrđuju da su upravo zdrava crijeva ključ za tjelesno i duševno zdravlje te dug i sretan život. This book gives us a warm and friendly journey through the gut Written in easy terms for the layman and generously illustrated by the author s sister this is a very accessible description of the journey of food through our bodies and the critters it meets on the way downGiulia Enders is a doctoral student and she wrote the book in response to a friend wanting to know about the gut To do this she did a lot of research as is shown in the bibliography at the end Regarding the bibliography she notes that the books and papers cited cover issues not found in standard medical textbooks To be honest I found some of her ideas a little wacky or to put it another way she gives eual weighting to all the ideas she puts forward I felt that someone with experience in the field might have been a bit discriminating or created of a hierarchy of solutions Enders sort of throws open the doors and leaves us to pick and chooseI may be so wrong in saying the above Her book has had fantastic reviews from most of the major newspapers and I certainly learnt a lot from it Plus I enjoyed reading it and given the subject matter that is uite an achievementOne final whinge There was no index I think that was a real oversightI end with a sprinkling of notes mostly taken directly from the book purely for my own recordview spoiler How to pooSuatting has been the natural pooing position for humans since time immemorial Haemorrhoids digestive diseases like diverticulitis and even constipation are common only in countries where people generally sit on some kind of chair to pass their stool Of course this is not the only cause for these problems but the difference in countries where they suat rather than sit is noticeable Our position on Western toilets can be rectified especially when we are having problems by A Inclining your upper body forward and B Placing your feet on a low footrest in front of the toilet This way all the angles will be correctTeeth and jawsTooth enamel is the hardest substance produced by the human body And it needs to be since our jaws can exert a pressure of up to 80 kilograms on each of our molars or approximately the weight of a grown man When we encounter something hard in our food we pound it with almost the euivalent force of an entire football team jumping up and down on it before we swallow itTonsilsBefore we reach the age of seven our tonsils are still an important training camp for our immune cells For reasons not yet understood removing the tonsils of a child younger than seven can lead to an increased risk of obesity Tonsils of children below this age should stay in unless there is a very good reason for taking them outThe removal of tonsils can improve things for people with psoriasis and it can also help certain people with rheumatic diseases It helps those people whose tonsiller crypts are shaped so they easily trap bacteriaGluten sensitivityOne person in a hundred has a genetic intolerance to gluten coeliac disease but a considerably higher proportion suffer from gluten sensitivity The latter is not a sentence to a life of gluten avoidance Those with this condition can eat wheat without risking serious damage to their small intestine but they should enjoy wheat products in moderation Many people notice their sensitivity when they swear off gluten for a week or two and see an improvement in their general well being Suddenly their digestive problems or flatulence clear up or they have fewer headaches or are less plagued by tirednessLactose intoleranceLactose intolerance is not an allergy or a real intolerance but a deficiency The body reuires a digestive enzyme to break the chemical bond found in lactose Lactose breaks down when it comes into contact with the gut wall the enzyme and the resulting single sugars can then be absorbed If the enzyme is missing similar problems arise to those caused by gluten sensitivity including belly ache diarrhoea and flatulence In 75% of the world s population the gene for digesting lactose slowly begins to switch off as they get older The older the person the greater the probability that she will be unable to break down lactoseHowever lactose intolerance does not mean you must cut out milk products altogether Most people have enough lactose splitting enzymes in their gut but their activity is somewhat reduced say down to about 10 15 % of their initial level So you can simply use trial and error to find out just how much your body can deal with and how much dairy produce it takes to make the problems come backFructose intoleranceThe most common food intolerance in Germany the author s country is a problem with digesting the fruit sugar fructose This can be the result of severe congenital inability to metabolise fruit sugar but most people affected by fructose intolerance actually have a condition accurately described as fructose malabsorption and only experience problems when exposed to large amounts of the sugar When fructose is described on food packages as fruit sugar consumers often assume it is a healthier natural option This explains why food manufacturers choose to sweeten their products with pure fructose and conseuently why our digestive systems are exposed to of this type of sugar than ever before Further globalisation and air transport mean that many Western consumers are now exposed to a previously unheard of overabundance of fruitFructose intolerance that appears later in life is thought to be caused by a reduced ability of the gut to absorb fruit sugarsThe fructose intake of the average American is currently 80 grams a day Our parents generation took in only around 16 to 24 grams a day hide spoiler

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Free read Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organ Read & download ↠ Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organ Ê PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Characters í PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Giulia Enders “crne ovce” među organima gotovo kao nešto čega se trebamo sramiti naša se crijeva razotkrivaju kao nevjerojatno složen i prekrasan organ Tomu u prilog govore nepobitne znanstvene činjenice dvije trećine našeg imunološkog sustava nalazi se u našim crijevima i poslije mozga crijeva imaju najkompleksniji i najveći živčani sustav Najrazličitije bolesti od prekomjerne tjelesne težine mnog. Recommended for those who would like to know about how their bodies work but are afraid of biologicalmedical jargon Written by a young woman in medical school this work explains things in lay person s terms and is very accessibleA pretty good section on our reliance on gut bacteria to mentor our immune system and help us to process our food She explains very clearly why too much cleanliness is not necessarily a good thing Did you know that the whole cleanliness is next to godliness idea was part of the campaign to stop the spread of tuberculosis That our society s disparagement of public spitting dates from this epidemic I guess I was expecting too much of the book however I know that the gut the skin develop from the same embryonic layer and that there are uite a few links now between gut problems and skin rashes I was hoping for a detailed discussion but it occupied only a few sentences in the bookAlso I continue to search for something that will explain the connection between gut bacteria and food intolerancessensitivities and suggest useful methods to cope with such things This was mentioned in passing but no how to help yourself guide RatsA good basic explanation of how the digestive system works

  • Paperback
  • 248
  • Darm mit Charme Alles über ein unterschätztes Organ
  • Giulia Enders
  • Croatian
  • 01 July 2018
  • 9789533433486