30 Plan

Catherine Rabess

'The ultimate guide and go-to book for all things gut health, written by an expert'
Rhiannon Lambert, BSc MSc RNutr, founder of Rhitrition

Revolutionise your gut health with this simple plan from an expert dietitian

Get on board with the 30 plant challenge! Gut health goes far beyond the stomach - it is linked to how your metabolism, brain and body functions, and even to your mental wellbeing. As much as 70 per cent of your immune system lives in your gut too, so getting it into optimal condition has never been more important.

The latest research shows that eating a diverse range of 30 plants a week and getting 30g of fibre a day is the best way to optimise your gut health. This book is the first to combine the two into one simple plan, and will show you just how easy and delicious doing both can be. With 60 mouthwatering recipes and dozens of practical tips and tricks for maximising your intake of plants - fruit, veg, nuts, seeds, legumes, sprouts and more ... - this is the future of plant-based eating. And best of all, it's not restrictive! Expert dietitian Catherine Rabess shows that the key to gut health is diversity, not restriction.

  • Classification : HEALTH, DIET & FITNESS
  • Pub Date : JAN 4, 2024
  • Imprint : Headline Home
  • Page Extent : 288
  • Binding : TPB
  • ISBN : 9781035407187
  • Price : INR 799

Catherine Rabess

Catherine Rabess is an experienced Registered Dietitian specialising in gastroenterology and complex nutrition support. She is the Clinical Lead Dietitian for NHS Nutrition and Dietetic Service in South West London. As well as Consultant Dietitian at St John's and St Elizabeth Hospital and part of The GI Unit multi-disciplinary team. Catherine's mission is to raise awareness based around how improving gut health is always about how to diversify your diet and not how to restrict. Catherine is an active member of the BDA and a media spokesperson. Providing evidence-based nutrition on her social media @caffdietitian and expert advice to a variety of media platforms including The Times, BBC, Stylist and Women's Health.

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