The Starling Diet for Outwitting Chronic Digestive Disease is authored by Phyllis Starling Wallenmeyer with a foreword by Theodore M. Bayless, M.D.
The Starling Diet is a highly successful research and evidence-based diet therapy that Phyllis Starling Wallenmeyer developed for her Crohn's disease and Crohn's colitis, by combining advice from her Johns Hopkins physicians with the very latest research from the National Institutes of Health, Johns Hopkins, Harvard, the University of Pennsylvania, and other leading medical institutions and institutions.
Using the best medical protocols, applying the latest pharmaceuticals and being advised by the top gastroenterologists in the world is not enough; a healthy diet and lifestyle must also be followed in conjunction with medical treatment. An unhealthy diet and lifestyle can prevent the carefully and thoughtfully prescribed medications from working properly.
The Starling Diet is named as a tribute to the distinguished British endocrinlogist and physiologist Dr. Ernest Henry Starling (1866-1927), who in 1902, with Dr. William M. Bayliss (1860-1924), discovered and labeled Starling's Law of the Heart, Starling's Law of the Intestines, the Starling Forces, and other digestive processes described in medical textbooks today.
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Phyllis Starling Walenmeyer first soloed at the age of nineteen in a Cessna 150 at historic College Park Airport, while a student at the University of Maryland. After completing her bachelor's degree at the university, Ms Wallenmeyer began post-graduate work in the College of Architecture at the University of Virginia and earned her Master of Landscape architecture degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1985.
Ms. Wallenmeyer was diagnosed with Inflammatory Bowel Disease when she was nineteen and spent the next twenty-five years researching diet and IBD. In 1998 she developed the Starling Diet, which successfully works as an adjunct therapy to help keep her digestive disease symptoms quiescent. Ms. Wallenmeyer is a frequent speaker at workshops and seminars concerning diet and digestive health based on her experience.
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