THE INFLAMMATION SPECTRUM is a game-changing guide which aids readers to overcome their health woes through doing nutrition the right way.
THE INFLAMMATION SPECTRUM, Dr Will Cole's follow up to KETOTARIAN, teaches us how inflammation is often the catalyst for most common health woes.
Arriving at a time where issues of inflammation and gut health are becoming increasingly prominent within mainstream discourses, Dr Will Cole offers us a solution to this growing issue. THE INFLAMMATION SPECTRUM teaches us that ultimately how we feel is symbiotically linked to what we consume; indeed, food, in Cole's words, 'constantly and dynamically influences' our health. Subsequently he teaches readers how to do nutrition the right way, providing us with a personal guide which seeks to aid readers to find out which foods their bodies love, hate and need to feel great!
Cole's book informs us to think twice before consuming pharmaceutical drugs to "fix" issues of inflammation and instead proposes that readers reassess their eating habits, using 'food as thy medicine'. This book, Dr Mark Hyman suggests, is for 'anyone who is fed up with fad diets' as Cole uses his years of experience in functional-medicine to teach us how to love our bodies enough to nourish it with delicious, healing foods. From personal quizzes to scientific breakdowns THE INFLAMMATION SPECTRUM offers empowering advice and puts readers on the path to achieving food freedom and optimal health.
Dr Will Cole graduated from Southern California University of Health Sciences in Los Angeles, California. He has his post doctorate education and training in Functional Medicine and Clinical Nutrition through The Institute for Functional Medicine and Functional Medicine University. Dr Cole consults both locally in the Pittsburgh area and via webcam consultations for people around the world. He specializes in clinically investigating underlying factors and customizing health programs for chronic conditions such as thyroid issues, autoimmune, hormonal dysfunctions, digestive disorders, diabetes, heart disease and fibromyalgia.