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Dr. Dawn Harris Sherling is an accomplished internal medicine doctor (Yale, Harvard) whose work exposes rampant diet industry misinformation and provides simple, medical-research-backed methods to help people heal a host digestive illnesses and diseases. Her new book, Eat Everything, unpacks the science behind why emulsifiers and additives in the typical American diet are responsible for many digestive illnesses, and walks readers through simple, easy ways to reclaim their health without a restrictive diet.
Dawn Harris Sherling M.D. is an internal medicine physician and author whose work calls out the rampant diet-related misinformation out there and simplifies the real science and latest medical advancements that can not only heal a host of digestive-related illnesses, but also make eating easier and more joyful again.
A graduate of the Yale University School of Medicine, she is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, a fellow of the American College of Physicians, a diplomate of the American Board of Obesity Medicine, and a former Instructor in Medicine at Harvard University.
After stumbling across the key to conquering her IBS symptoms while on vacation in Italy, Dr. Sherling dedicated herself to researching how to combat the digestive illness epidemic in America. Her new book, Eat Everything: How to Ditch Additives and Emulsifiers, Heal Your Body, and Reclaim the Joy of Food, unpacks the science behind why emulsifiers and additives in the typical American diet are responsible for many digestive illnesses and diseases, and walks readers through simple, easy ways to reclaim their health without a restrictive diet.
When she is not seeing patients, writing, teaching, or speaking, Dr. Sherling will read just about anything, but particularly enjoys a good mystery, chick lit, and an occasional classic. She also enjoys binge-watching series featuring superheroes and misunderstood villains with her husband and two children, and their dog, who, in an ambitious twist, has trained the family to bring her the ball whenever requested. Caffeine and political outrage keep her going. Dr. Sherling’s writing can be found in numerous medical journals, The New York Times, The Miami Herald, and other publications as well as her website.
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