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'Life-changing. The most practical gut guide.' Dr Rangan Chatterjee of BBC1's Doctor in the House
TRANSFORM YOUR BODY, MIND AND HEALTH WITH THIS 4-WEEK GUT MAKEOVER.
Packed with easy-to-follow advice, the latest science and nourishing recipes and meal plans, Jeannette Hyde's radical new approach will help you:
* Lose weight with a tried and tested 4-week plan
* Transform the look of your hair and skin
* Address any longstanding digestive problems including IBS and bloating
* Strengthen your immune system
* Get a good night's sleep
* Eat for a healthy mind and body with over fifty delicious recipes
The Gut Makeover is based on revolutionary new science that reveals that the state of our gut is central to our weight and health. This is more than another fad diet. This is a lifestyle you'll want to adopt for life.
The Gut Makeover is the only book you'll need to control your weight, improve your skin, lift your spirits and strengthen your immune system for good.
Jeannette Hyde is a London-based Registered Nutritional Therapist (BSc mBANT, CNHC) who specialises in helping people lose weight, improve digestive symptoms, as well as their skin, mood, memory and immune system, through her innovative gut diet approach. She is author of The Gut Makeover, and The Gut Makeover Recipe Book, which were published in 2016 and have reached thousands of people in the UK with transformational health for many. She practises nutritional therapy one-to-one, in groups, and on her popular retreats. She is a regular speaker on BBC and has featured in The Times, the Daily Telegraph and numerous magazines and web sites. She is involved in gut-brain research with St Mary's University in London.
Before transitioning to the world of health ten years ago, Jeannette was a journalist working across British newspapers and magazines. She is married to German designer Markus, and they have two teenage children Hanna and Max. They live on an island in the middle of the river Thames in London.