Eat Yourself Healthy

Eat Yourself Healthy


The go-to lifestyle guide for a happy gut that will transform your health and wellbeing.

Drawing from the latest research and a decade of experience as a dietitian and consultant at The Gut Health Clinic, Dr Megan Rossi explains how to feed your gut for a happier, healthier you using simple, delicious and gut-boosting recipes.

Eat Yourself Healthy is packed with over 50 delicious, easy-to-make meal ideas from delicious breakfast options such as banana, fig and courgette breakfast loaf and chickpea crepes, to crowd-pleasing dinner recipes including creamy pistachio and spinach pesto pasta and mouth-watering satay tofu skewers.

Alongside Dr Rossi's gut-friendly recipes, Eat Yourself Healthy also includes expert advice on how to deal with common complaints such as IBS and bloating, diagnose food intolerances, and manage good gut health with sleep and exercise routines.

Supercharge your digestive health and transform your overall wellbeing with this ultimate guide that promises to make you happier and healthier from the inside out.

Our Review

At times Eat Yourself Healthy felt like a plug for the author’s website and nothing more, particularly as the assessments mentioned by her were predominantly only on the website. Otherwise, this was an interesting and informative book and I would purchase it.

The author has broken everything down into easy to understand section and explains any technical language in a way that is easy to understand. She is clearly very passionate about her subject as well which helps to make it more fun to read.

Eat Yourself Healthy is all about gut health and your gut microbiota or GM.

“Your GM is incredibly powerful- in fact, this newly appreciated organ is pretty much essential to whatever your health goal is. It’s not only capable of thousands of functions, going well beyond what we could achieve on our own, but it has also been linked with successful weight management, improved fitness levels, healthier skin, boosted immunity and even our happiness.

What really blows my mind is that, unlike our genetic make-up, over which we have no control, we have the ability to shape our GM simply by how we treat it- which means that a bit part of our personal health is in our hands.”

Gut health is a lot more complicated than just increasing probiotics and these can actually hinder gut health for certain people.

I found her seven principles for gut health were useful. In particular, emphasising that diversity is key and that whole and natural foods should always win out over processed

Finally, there were some useful and delicious looking recipes in the back which I will be using.

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