Lulu Meets the King of Poo

Lulu Meets the King of Poo

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Lulu is anxious about her science report- so anxious it's given her a tummy ache! She falls asleep, to have an amazing dream- she swallows herself!! Emily Enzyme takes her on an ""incredible digestible"" tour. In the small intestine Lulu and Abby dance the Acidophilus Hula. In the colon she meets Benny Bifidus, the King of Poo. How does she get back?! That is for you to find out! (hint: Stanley Stem Cell has something to do with it.) ""This delightful book is introducing children to a very important concept-the existence of gut flora and its importance in human health. 90% of ALL CELLS in our bodies are in our gut flora! The complexity of that microbial world inside us is just as magnificent as Life on Earth itself. To a very large degree, microbes are in charge of our health and vitality. We must know about them and take good care of them. I wish this book every success!"" -Dr Natasha Campbell McBride, Nutritionist, founder of The GAPS Diet ""Our two-year-old daughter loves this book-it's one of her favorites! We appreciate Janice Condon providing a story that's so fun and educational. I recently referenced it on my podcast."" -Rachel Maskell, Mumboss.com & James Maskell, founder of the Functional Forum and Evolution of Medicine
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Product details

  • Paperback | 32 pages
  • 210 x 210 x 2.29mm | 95.25g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1786296756
  • 9781786296757
  • 2,199,300

About Janice Condon

Jan Condon is a retired Occupational Therapist with a keen interest in nutrition for wellness.Her passion to share respect for gut microbes came from personal experience: the overuse of antibiotics in childhood and the problems it led to."Around middle age, I suffered from skin problems, weight loss, cloudy thinking, and a lack of energy. Not one of the seven doctors I visited mentioned my gut as a possible source of my problems. I finally found help through the local Weston A. Price group. By healing my gut, I resolved my many health issues. I will always be grateful to them."The author jogs a few miles daily, and practices Ashtanga Yoga. She and her husband, Frank, compete in Track and Field. He is the world-record-holder in the Indoor Mile, Men 65-69. They live in Chico, California.
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