Gutbliss by Dr Robynn Chutkan
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A recent meta-analysis of over 7000 patients confirms what we've long suspected: antibiotic use increases the risk of developing inflammatory conditions like Crohn's disease by altering gut bacteria. Avoid unnecessary antibiotics and eat the right diet to promote the growth of good bacteria and a healthy gut.
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Advance Praise

"Dr Chutkan blasts away the bloat as she tastefully explains the guts of our problems."

Mehmet Oz, M.D.

"Dr Robynne Chutkan maps out a clear strategy for gut health and restoring optimal health. If you have digestive problems, look no further and buy this book!"

Mark Hyman, M.D. The Blood Sugar Solution

"If you're tired of the dreaded bloat or muffin top, Dr Chutkan offers a novel prescription for making your gut work for you, not against you."

Sara Gottfried, M.D. The Hormone Cure

"Loaded with helpful, leading-edge information that all women need to know for optimal bowel health. I highly recommend this book!"

Christiane Northrup, M.D. The Wisdom of Menopause
Gutbliss on the Today Show October 7, 2013
October 24, 2013
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Gutbliss on the Dr. Oz October 14, 2013
October 14, 2013
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News and Events
The Atlantic, Dec 2013
The Future of Probiotics
Hippocrates said that all disease begins in the gut. A gastroenterologist's predictions on how new treatments will begin there, too. Read more

The Wall Street Journal, Nov 2013
The 'Gutbliss' Regimen to Reducing Digestive Distress
The body's internal plumbing can be the source of considerable malfunction and misery, yet it is a tough subject to broach, even with a doctor. Gastroenterologist Robynne Chutkan, founder of the Digestive Center for Women in Chevy Chase, Md., dispenses with the stigma and offers some useful advice on restoring balance and harmony to distressed digestive tracts. Read more

The Atlantic, Oct 2013
"What We Eat Affects Everything"
How men and women digest differently, diet changes our skin, and gluten remains mysterious: A forward-thinking gastroenterologist on eating one's way to "gutbliss". Robynne Chutkan, MD, is an integrative gastroenterologist and founder of the Digestive Center for Women, just outside of Washington, D.C. She trained at Columbia University and is on faculty at Georgetown, but her approach to practicing medicine and understanding disease is more holistic than many specialists with academic backgrounds. Read more
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