From: Howard Jacobson <>
Subject: Half of this book was news to me...

and I've pretty much read them all...

Fiber Fueled, by today's podcast guest Will Bulsiewicz, MD, presents an “eat more plants” argument that has the potential to convince omnivores of all stripes of the merits of a plant-based diet.

I get asked to read dozens of books by plant-based doctors and dietitians and pharmacists and researchers every year. Which is fine, as science progresses and I learn a new tidbit here and there.

But truth be told, I wasn't that excited to read another one.

Until I started Fiber Fueled.

Not only was I blown away by the well-documented science, much of which is so new that it hasn't begun to trickle down into med schools and dietitian programs.

But I was also dope-slapped by a concept that instantly changed how I guide my coaching clients - especially those new to whole food, plant-based eating, and those with food sensitivities and autoimmune conditions - when it comes to nutrition: "the gut is a muscle."

To find out why this is such a big deal, listen to my conversation with the very good Dr B:


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