Enderss wonder at the strange ways of the gut is matched only by her incredulity at the limited public knowledge on the subject The New York TimesWith a great sense of humor and ample enthusiasm, Enders explains everything readers did and didnt want to know about their innards this book defies boringPublishers WeeklyThis primer is everything you ever wanted to know about the gut and then some , chattily and accessibly written in a uniquely Millennial and matter of fact way An unexpected page turner Her excitement about the subject matter is infectious The fun yet informative black and white drawings throughout are her sisters handiwork Refreshingly devoid of recipes, or any self help y language Self Magazine a truly bottoms up approach to our digestive health, smoothly moving us through the inner workings of our gastrointestinal tract Anish Sheth, MD, author of Whats Your Poo Telling YouGut s probe into the human digestive system might be seen as an earnest younger sibling to Gulp, Mary Roachsinvestigation into the same subject The comparison isnt meant as a slight Enders swaps out Roachs knowing wryness with a kind of puplike enthusiasm for the complex mechanisms that convert food into a bodys energy and waste without our even thinking about it The National PostGiulia Enders, MD is a two time scholarship winner studying medicine at the Institute for Microbiology in Frankfurt Her presentation of Darm mit Charme Gut Charm won her first prize at the Science Slam in Berlin and went viral on YouTube Jill Enders is a graphic designer whose main focus is communication in science, and the founder of a collaborative network of designers and scientistsDavid Shaw was born in Leeds, UK He has worked at Deutsche Welle, Germanys international news broadcaster sinceShaw has an MA from the University of Bath in Interpreting and Translating German and Russian, where his thesis was on the adaptation of German Television news texts for an international, English speaking audience He regularly translates books from German to English

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