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“In The Mind-Gut Connection, Mayer has a good handle on the science in a realm where sticking to the facts is not an easy task. Much easier would have been to draw careless lines between the dots with a Sharpie, and then (as others do) try to sell the resulting picture.”
- 내장 Microbiota 뉴스 시계 리뷰 전체보기

"박사. Emeran Mayer는 뇌, 소화관 및 내장에있는 수조 세균 사이에서 발생하는 복잡한 생화학 적 대화를 설명합니다. 그는 이러한 형태의 의사 소통을 '미생물 담화'라고 부르며 사회적 행동, 의사 결정, 정서적 안녕 및 정신 건강에 미치는 영향에 대해 추측합니다. "
- 도서 목록

“Combining cutting-edge neuroscience with the latest discoveries on the human microbiome, a practical guide in the tradition of 밀 밸리뇌 두뇌 that conclusively demonstrates the inextricable, biological link between mind and body.”
- 독서 리뷰 전체보기

"Mind-Gut Connection은 최적의 건강을 달성하는 궁극적 인 목표와 함께, 우리가 만든 음식 선택에서 우리가 마음을 훈련 할 수있는 방법에 이르기까지 우리를 건강하게 유지하는 혁신적인 새로운 전체 론적 견해입니다. "
- Kenneth R. Pelletier, Clinical 의학 교수 및 캘리포니아 주립대 학교 공중 보건학 교수 (UCSF)

"당신이 정신 건강 문제, 병사 문제, 또는 단지이 모든 직감을 조금 더 잘 이해하기를 원한다면, 메이어의 책은 꽤 눈을 뜨게합니다."
- SELF 온라인 리뷰 전체보기

“If you want to revamp your approach to food, learn the dangers of the typical North American diet and understand the way your body and mind operate in tandem, this book is for you.”
- Hadassah Magazine 리뷰 전체보기

“We are perennially drawn to research on the gut but Dr. Mayer is really writing for anyone looking to understand how their body works, and (most importantly) how to retrain your two brains to communicate better.”
- Goop 리뷰 전체보기

“The Mind Gut Connection is a fascinating amalgam of research, clinical experience, anecdote and a healthy dose of informed speculation.”
- 민감한 직감 리뷰 전체보기

“The Mind-Gut Connection teaches us how, with a few simple changes to our diet and lifestyle, we can develop a happier mind-set, enhanced immunity, a decreased risk of developing neurological diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s, and even lose weight.”
- 건강 재단 소유 리뷰 전체보기

사전 찬양

"박사. Emeran Mayer는 모든 종류의 뇌 기능을 소화 시스템에서 진행되는 것과 연결시키는 신경 과학의 최첨단을 절묘하게 활용합니다. 마음 - 너트 연결 우리 주변의 세계에 대한 우리의 지각과 해석이 우리 안에 사는 미생물에 의해 사실상 지시 받는다는 믿을 수 없을 정도로 겸손한 현실을 제시합니다. 이 책은 그것이 건강하다는 것을 의미하는 것을 재정의하고 그 목표를 나타 내기위한 수단을 웅변 적으로 제공합니다. "
- #1의 저자 David Perlmutter, MD 뉴욕 타임스 베스트 셀러 뇌 두뇌브레인 메이커

Emeran Mayer 박사는 연습중인 위장병 학자로서의 그의 광대 한 경험을 바탕으로 우리의 두뇌가 우리의 내장과 연결되어 있음, 특히 창자를 집으로 만드는 미생물에 대해 씁니다. 급속하게 발전하는 지식의 영역을 설명하는이 사려 깊고 읽기 쉬운 가이드는 건강을 개선하기위한 실질적인 조언을 제공합니다. "
- Martin J. Blaser, MD, 저자 누락 된 미생물

"장기간의 방치 후 장내 신경계는 두 번째 뇌로 인식되었습니다. 이 주제에 대한 진정한 전문가 인 Emeran Mayer 박사는 현재이 장엄한 부분에 대한 최고의 평신도 가이드를 작성했습니다. 추천 읽기. "
- Antonio Demasio, MD, PhD, 저자 Descartes’ Error, 어떻게됩니까의 느낌자아가 온다

“Microbiome research is revolutionizing our understanding of the human body and the brain. In The Mind-Gut Connection, Dr. Emeran Mayer provides authoritative insight into this rapidly expanding field. Synthesizing recent research with patient stories and personal anecdotes, he offers practical, evidence-based recommendations to keep the dialogue between the brain, the gut, and its microbes flowing smoothly.”
- Rob Knight, PhD, 저자 너의 직감 따르라. UC 샌디에고 마이크로 바이오 기술 혁신 센터 책임자

“I have known Emeran Mayer for years and have learned to pay attention to what he says and writes. 마음 - 너트 연결 is a delight. It is both scholarly and fun to read, and I highly recommend it to anyone interested in learning more about how the mind and gut communicate.”
- Michael D. Gershon, MD, 저자 둘째 브레인

“Dr. Emeran Mayer has synthesized his vast clinical experience of working with patients with an in depth scientific understanding of brain-gut interactions into this fascinating book about health and disease. The Mind-Gut Connection is a revolutionary new holistic view of what keeps us healthy, ranging from the food choices we make to the ways we can train our mind, with the ultimate goal of attaining optimal health.”
- Kenneth R. Pelletier, 메릴랜드 대학교 의과 대학 의과 대학 교수 및 의학 교수, 캘리포니아 대학 의과 대학 (UCSF)

Amazon 리뷰

“There is sure no shortage of trade books on the microbiome and the list of books is bound to proliferate given the popularity of the topic. This book separates itself from the pack in a number of ways. First, Dr Mayer is one of the select group of scientists worldwide whose work has helped fuel research into what we know about the microbiome and its importance to our health. While other scientists saw painful medical disorders like irritable bowel syndrome as a “psychiatric disorder” Dr Mayer was conducting research showing that the brain has a far more powerful and complex role in tipping the balance between health and illness than just governing our mental wellbeing. Because he knows what he is talking about, the reader can feel confident that the material is accurate, trust worthy, and backed by evidence tested in rigorous laboratory settings. This is no small feat among the growing number of books chock full of half-truths, exaggerations, and outright inaccuracies that make it hard for the reader to separate fact from fiction. Second, Dr Mayer emphasizes the importance not only of how our mood, behaviors like our activity level and what we eat and drink, and mindset can impact the collection of microbes that colonize the human body but how our microbiome can in turn impact the brain. There is no other book available that covers so much terrain with such expertise and precision. Third, the book is an easy read, written in such an engaging and non-technical manner that even the person whose last science book was in 10th grade bio class will find this book a pleasure to read, making it far and away the best microbiome book out there for general audience. Finally, as a gifted clinician, Dr Mayer concludes the book with some “nuts and bolts” strategies for how to make simple lifestyle changes that put in practice what microbiome research tells us about how to optimize our health. A+: Recommend wholeheartedly”
제프리 래크 너 박사, 행동 의학 클리닉, 버팔로 대학교, SUNY, 7 월 8, 2016

“I am half way through this book, I am loving it. It is fascinating and intriguing. Dr. Mayer is a serious scientist and a masterful story teller. He is truly a Great Teacher, as a doctor should be. He makes it fun and easy to learn a difficult subject, especially for a layman (or a laywoman) like me. I highly recommend this wonderful book to anyone who is serious about mental/physical health, biology, nutrition, functional medicine and integrative medicine. Thank you, Dr. Mayer for this gift! We need more doctors/scientists think and teach like you.”
12 월 29, 2016의 Angeline Andrewson 저

“I am perhaps a third of the way through your book on the mind-gut connection. I could not resist the opportunity to say that your book is nothing less than extraordinary and a great service to humanity. I myself have had my share of gastroenterolgical related issues, and already what I have read has explained many of my own personal difficulties/experiences. Your book is both eminently readable and informative to a general audience. I congratulate you on the greatness of both your book, and your technical research!”
Martin Belloon, 1 월 2, 2017

“There are countless numbers of books available today that use “science” to explain why you should be eating a certain way, taking certain supplements (usually what the author is selling), or exercising a certain way. Bottom line is: nutrition is very hard to talk about and it’s very hard to find books/authors/speakers who are actually knowledgeable about the subject. Even if an author is knowledgeable about the subject, most of the time it’s really hard to actually understand the concepts they try to convey in their writing.

This book stands out not only because Dr. Emeran Mayer is a brilliant scientist, but because he also uses common language to explain very complex scientific concepts. And the best part is: he’s not trying to sell you anything.

In my search for literature about the microbiome and its connection to the brain, I’ve come across several books. Two of them stand out to me for bad reasons: Brain Maker by David Perlmutter and Gut and Psychology Syndrome by Natasha Campbell-McBride. These books, in my opinion, don’t necessarily use scientific findings of the gut-brain connection correctly. They both “show” through their anecdotes of clinical experiments that changing someone’s diet can completely reverse autism, MS, depression/anxiety, and countless others. They also tell you to buy very expensive products or give yourself fecal enemas to cure any of your ailments. Through my own extensive scientific literature search, I knew the microbiome played a large role in our stress response, brain development, and overall well-being, but I knew these authors (and probably countless others) were overplaying the role that it has in disease states.

I started to feel a little discouraged, like none of the prominent voices in this field were actually trying to publish books just for the sake of informing people about how their food choices affect their overall health. Then, I came across this book. I didn’t know who Dr. Mayer was, but a friend recommended this book to me. In this book, Dr. Mayer describes basically all the scientific evidence to date that outlines what we know about the gut microbiome and how it’s connected to the brain. He does so in a way that makes it easy for people outside of science to understand what he is saying, which is a powerful gift that many prominent researchers lack. Additionally, unlike many other authors, he is actually involved in the field both as a scientific researcher and physician. This adds to his credibility. He also gives very concrete, simple, scientifically sound changes one can make to their diet that will help them thrive. By no means does he overplay the role the microbiome plays in disease, rather, he is able to accurately convey the beauty of our body and how all of our systems (including the microbial communities thriving in our bodies) are interconnected. Which is something I believe is lacking in our current medical model.”
12 월 28, 2016의 Margareton

“Excellent x a million, read it twice!”
12 월 10, 2016의 alvira galbraithon

“This book was recommended by my rheumatologist. It explains a lot about how I got to this state with my autoimmune problems. But it is more that that. Leads you to a starting point on how to improve your health young and old alike.”
Christine Halvorsonon (12 월 4, 2016)

Amazon에서 더 많은 것을 읽으십시오.


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