Still working on updates to this blog. In the meantime, I have a quick share. Recently we've discovered a new and healthful way of eating that not only promotes a healthy diet but your "gut health" as well. It's all about the probiotics!
Not that long ago I happened to be flipping through the channels and landed upon the Dr. Phil Show just as he was introducing Dr. Travis Stork. You might have already heard of him! He is an emergency physician but he is perhaps best know for appearing on The Bachelor, and as the host of the syndicated daytime talk show The Doctors. He also wrote the book, The Doctor's Diet.
At any rate, I didn't know him for any of these things but the segment on Dr. Phil got me very interested in purchasing Dr. Travis' new book, The Lose Your Belly Diet: Change Your Gut, Change Your Life to learn more about the diet and the relationship between poor gut health and weight gain.
If one of your New Year's resolution includes creating a healthier lifestyle for yourself, then I recommend picking up a copy of his book like I did! Here's more about the book from Dr. Travis himself.
At any rate, once I get this blog really up and running again, I'll post from time to the time the progress I'm having with regard to following this new healthful approach to eating!
Just to give you an idea of the great food included I'm attaching my staple shopping list. Keep in mind that there are a number of other food choices available in his food plan, but I only shop for the stuff we actually like (and eat!).
Again, this book includes a couple of fantastic healthy diet plans for weight loss and maintenance, but the diet focus is on the association between Microbiome Balance and Weight Gain. I know it sounds like the book might be a little heavy on the science of the body, but Dr. Travis does an excellent job of writing in plain language that is easy to understand! Yay! And the meal plans make maintaining this healthy lifestyle pretty darn easy from what we can tell so far - I'll keep you posted on that too!
Here's to a healthy 2017!
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