Gutbliss: A 10-Day Plan to Ban Bloat, Flush Toxins, and Dump Your Digestive Baggage

Gutbliss: A 10-Day Plan to Ban Bloat, Flush Toxins, and Dump Your Digestive Baggage

Robynne Chutkan / Aug 24, 2019

Gutbliss A Day Plan to Ban Bloat Flush Toxins and Dump Your Digestive Baggage A renowned physician shares her complete day digestive tune up for women with important revelations about good gastrointestinal health Many so called cures for women s bloating and indigestion fr

  • Title: Gutbliss: A 10-Day Plan to Ban Bloat, Flush Toxins, and Dump Your Digestive Baggage
  • Author: Robynne Chutkan
  • ISBN: 9781583335222
  • Page: 440
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A renowned physician shares her complete 10 day digestive tune up for women, with important revelations about good gastrointestinal health Many so called cures for women s bloating and indigestion, from juice cleanses to specialty diets, are based on junk science For women seeking true relief from that overall feeling of discomfort in any size jeans, Dr Robynne ChutkanA renowned physician shares her complete 10 day digestive tune up for women, with important revelations about good gastrointestinal health Many so called cures for women s bloating and indigestion, from juice cleanses to specialty diets, are based on junk science For women seeking true relief from that overall feeling of discomfort in any size jeans, Dr Robynne Chutkan has the perfect plan for feeling light, tight, and bright in ten days Gutbliss offers A primer on the real reasons for gastrointestinal distress, and why it s much common in womenA look at the debilitating side effects of supposedly healthy habits from Greek yogurt to bloat inducing aspirinAn expert analysis of symptoms that could indicate a serious underlying conditionAn indispensable checklist to pinpoint the exact cause of your bloatingJust a few small changes in diet, lifestyle, and exercise can make a huge difference in a woman s digestive health, but the changes have to be the right ones Going beyond the basics of top sellers such as Wheat Belly, Dr Chutkan s Gutbliss empowers women to take control of their gastrointestinal wellness.

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    1. Well, I found a few things interesting in this book. But unless I want to cut out soy, artificial sweeteners (already avoid these), dairy, gluten, alcohol, and sugar, I can't follow her plan. All of those things at once? I'm not sure what you eat. And if you know me, you know I think gluten free is BS anyway. I learned a few things from this book, mainly that I need to eat even more fiber and that I'd like to eat more dark leafy greens. Otherwise, I'm not sure how helpful the book was, aside fro [...]


    2. Excellent on explanation of anatomy and physiology. Also, excellent advice for several hard-to-talk-about, but very annoying problems. Her tone is conversational and reassuring. I learned quite a lot about the GI system. I think she did herself a diservice putting the "10 Day Plan" on the cover. Made it sound like a diet book; it is so much more than that.


    3. Una de las cosas que suelo decirle a mis alumnos cuando vemos cómo funciona el cuerpo humano, es que damos por sentado las funciones que se llevan a cabo dentro de nuestro organismo, que la mayoría de las veces ni pensamos en ellas, ni nos importan. Sin embargo, entre más conocemos cómo funcionamos, mejor podemos cuidarnos y prevenir enfermedades. Cuando empecé La buena Digestión, me agradó encontrar la explicación nada aburrida y sí muy interesante de cómo trabaja nuestro tracto dige [...]


    4. Some advice is sound, but some of the advice is, to me anyways, a little questionable. She recommends psyllium husk fibre so often I wonder if a brand paid her for it, and she's very much about going totally one way. NO alcohol, NO gluten No this or that I'd be much more likely to take the advice of someone who promotes moderation a little alcohol or gluten is not going to be the end of the world, and in other studies has proven somewhat beneficial. I'm always wary of people recommending a compl [...]


    5. Gutbliss addresses how our gut effects our overall health and how what we eat effects our gut. She also discusses common problems of the digestive system and possible causes. I liked Dr. Chutkan's blended approach, considering both medical and natural solutions to problems. I picked this up on a search for a 10 day detox book by another author - because she had several quinoa recipes listed. Who doesn't need more quinoa recipes? I have been comparing both, and while both have good information, I [...]


    6. For years I've dealt with mild digestion problems that seem to amp up following the birth of child #3. Finally spoke to my doctor about it two years ago and she suggested an over the counter remedy to treat the symptoms. It helped, but all the while I'm wondering, "shouldn't I be addressing the problem instead of the symptoms?" I so wish I could see this doctor in person. She is relentless in finding the cause of a patient's problems which I really appreciate. Most doctors hand you a script, sen [...]


    7. Lots of information about digestion. If one gives up alcohol, caffeine, sugar, and gluten, eats well and exercises, one will feel better. Hmmm. I might try it if I were to end up looking like Dr. Chutkan.


    8. I'm 61 years old, a vegan, 5'4" and 120lbs eat a very healthy diet (but it does include soy & gluten!), and run between 3 and 7 miles every day (unless the weather is bad). Until my current ailment, I haven't been to a doctor in 15 years or more. Normally I can eat anything I want and except for a cold never get sick. But almost 7 weeks ago I developed really bad lower right abdominal pain and two weeks later started to seriously bloat. Agonizing, roll in agony, painful bloating which made t [...]


    9. Excellent book!Dr. Chutkan definitely knows what she's talking about. She explains the how's and why's for the foods and drinks she recommends. It isn't a crazy or weird diet that's supposed to magically make you look like a Barbie (or Ken) doll. It's simple, realistic, and easy to do. It won't cost a fortune and the foods are easy to find anywhere. The main thing is to stop the pain and bloating, but, in addition, you will slim down some. And if you exercise too, you're going to look and feel b [...]


    10. I had to give this book 3 stars because it isn't a practical lifestyle. She basically cut out everything to eat, so I guess air is the best thing to eat and drink(besides water). I am all for limiting the amount of sugar, carbs, etc. but I just discovered Diet Coke and I am not a soda drinker, but that soda is AMAZING. This is a book that I can't follow but for those who try to follow it, good luck.


    11. Well-explained with suggestions for helping with various digestive problems. The book doesn't pretend to offer a cure but does have a 10-day plan that you can use to help identify where your digestive problems are coming from.



    12. I was referred this by a friend and co-worker, and automatically I gave Chutkan more credence because she's a GI writing about GI issues, and so many books about the gut are not written by doctors (not that being a doctor makes you an expert--in fact I think many of our doctor brethren are unaware of or uninterested in how diet affects GI issues, which to me is a tragic failing in the medical community), so that gave me respect for her. I've read a lot of books like these, but this one was prett [...]


    13. This book is the oddest mixture of interesting science and quackery. I found her discussion of female intestinal anatomy fascinating--even though women are smaller, the average female colon is 4 inches longer than a man's. Because of this, and the sexes' different pelvis shapes, women's intestines don't look like the illustrations we all saw in school. This is not widespread knowledge beyond the medical field--I am friends with two biology researchers, and they had no idea. The book is worth rea [...]


    14. I really enjoyed this book. I have gastroparesis so I appreciated her addressing that so early in the book. It's not really a 10 day plan book. She has 22 chapters packed with scientific information and lifestyle coaching then the last chapter is basically explaining how to tie it all together and encourages you to try it for 10 days. Many things in her book I've heard before from doctors and other stomach health books but she had great insight, a more holistic approach than is the norm and a gr [...]


    15. This book was very practical. There are many case studies mentioned. In each chapter, there is a box outlined that describes what you can do if you have a particular ailment (i.e. hormones, dysbiosis, gluten intolerance), and each different chapter points towards the same thing: eating healthy, organic food that has been properly washed and produced. I commend this doctor for being so open to homeopathic and nutritional treatments. It is sad but many of our doctors are not trained in nutrition, [...]


    16. I didn't realize how much of this book would be about bloating. Silly me. Had expected more of a medical approach (see cover image) and scholarly take on the latest microbiome research. I guess the picture on the cover spoke louder than the 1000 words in the title :)While it wasn't my main goal, I did learn some tips and have now banished bloating, so kudos there! Apparently I can't tolerate milk and processed soy, which is important but can be summed up in one sentence. Where this book falls sh [...]


    17. I think the subtitle of this book is a tad misleading. Yes, Chutkan does have a ten-day plan, but that is not what takes up most of this book. Chutkan goes into a great deal of explanation about the physiology of the digestive system, namely how a woman's digestive system is different than a man's and why bloating is often more of an issue for us. She also talks a lot about topics that most people normally consider taboo with conversational ease. For that I give her kudos. I'm working up the cou [...]


    18. This book is easy to read and chalk full of information and limited stories. It would have made my life exceptionally easier a few years ago. All good information except that she hasn't adopted the need for good fats to her diet recommendations in this book. For simplicities sake, she is correct, the fat in the SAD is not good for you. However it would be good to talk about essential fat ;-) I recommend this book to anyone age 40+ not just women (she states that this informative book is for men [...]


    19. This is a pop science book that really does have some helpful information about the potential problems of the gut and what might be causing them. Just don't think of it as a diet book, and don't expect to want to follow the plan unless you're really serious about making big dietary changes. The author says her changes are "easy" but then goes on to recommend eliminating gluten, dairy, sugar, artificial sweeteners and more for 10 days. I don't know who would think that would be easy, even after t [...]


    20. The title is a bit of a misnomer. This isn't some trendy new diet fad to "banish bloat" and "look younger!" But that's a good thing. This well-written book covers many gut problems and offers excellent information in how to work with one's healthcare providers to get results. I found much of the information fascinating. The author delves into quite a bit of anatomy and physiology. But I am an admitted nerd regarding the human body. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your own digesti [...]


    21. This book began with a few gruesome clinical stories about the gut than I was prepared to read about. The author offers some of the same straight forward dietary principles put forth my Michael Pollan. Describing the stomach and skin as nets to protect us from toxins put a real emphasis on wellness and maintenance for diet and skin care. She criticized our current practices of waiting to discover a problem via colonoscopies before ever approaching the problem. Includes great recipes /meal planni [...]


    22. I want to be her patient! Who wants to roadtrip with me to Georgetown? :) We need more doctors with her common sense! Her quote: " is worth seriously considering whether the food you're eating could be contributing to your digestive problems--a notion that seems intuitive to me as a gastroenterologist but is still not accepted by many in the medical community." I've seen a GI dr off and on for years and it infuriates me that they not one of these three men would/will even consider diet as a cont [...]


    23. A wealth of information about digestion, its problems, and ways to solve them. The thing that impressed me about this book was how personable the author was, and how interesting she made the presentation of her topic. This is no dry clinical medical book!


    24. Says nothing new. The Kindle edition is about 10% unreadable right now (text in inset boxes is the same color as the background) but I got the idea well enough. It's depressing to me that a medical doctor with extensive training in treating actual disease is wasting her time teaching women how to massage their abdomens with a dumbbell (????) and referring to colons as "voluptuous," but that's not a problem with the book, per se.


    25. This book was absolutely amazing. I have read and researched a lot about this stuff but have never been so educated like this. This book was my wake up call that I need to start taking care of myself. Much respect and appreciation to Dr. Chutkan for her easy to understand, empowering, and inspirational tips, tricks, and advice through this book. I am so excited to try out the 10 day plan and the other tips to see if I can start feeling better.


    26. I heard the author speak at an online conference and really liked her style and her approach. The book has a good bit of information about the micro biome but not as much as I hoped. Instead it focuses more on gut-specific problems, identifying and fixing them.In my current reading I am more interested in the effects of the gut and the microbiome on other parts and aspects of health and the body.


    27. I thought there was a lot of useful information here for people who experience gastric issues. The author is quite detailled (and rather graphic), so I don't recommend picking this up during meal times. She includes an eating plan, which can be a bit confusing. She lists menus for 10-days (3 meals and 2 snacks), and has some menus, but otherwise there are no portion amounts. I thought she reached a good balance between Western medicina and alternative ideas.


    28. Dr. Chutkan has made a guide to understanding your gut. If you're someone like me who has had mystery abdominal pain, has been to countless specialists, and has tried different diets with no relief, this book could be very helpful. I now feel like I understand exactly how the food I eat is affecting my body. This book is for anyone who wants to better understand the inner workings of their body.


    29. This book is a good complement to The Microbiome Solution. It definitely goes into more detail about what causes bloating, and I liked the specific chapters. Gutbliss offers a lot more practical advice for changing your diet for optimum digestive health. I have a much better idea about what is causing my digestive issues and how to fix them.


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