Regenerative Health

Discover Your Metabolic Type and Renew Your Liver for Life


By Kristin Kirkpatrick, MS, RD, LD

By Ibrahim Hanouneh, MD

Read by Laura Jennings

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The authors of Skinny Liver offer a new look at liver disease through four types of conditions and deliver practical plans for liver health.

Your liver plays a key role in your health, affecting chronic inflammation, heart health, mental health, cognitive health, and metabolic health (including type 2 diabetes). Yet most people aren’t aware of its power—and are unknowingly sabotaging their liver health. Medical understanding has evolved to reveal that metabolic health is the best indicator of fatty liver risk, meaning that treating fatty liver disease is less about losing weight (and the unhealthy diet culture that accompanies it) and more about adopting smart lifestyle habits to reduce your risk. Based on the most up-to-date research, Regenerative Health introduces the four metabolic profiles—the Preventer, the Fine-Tuner, the Re-calibrator, and the Regenerator–and an easy assessment. Once you determine your type, you’ll follow easy steps to customize your Regenerative Health eating and lifestyle plan.
With practical tips on nutrition, exercise, and wellness; meal suggestions; recipes; and recommended snacks, Regenerative Health will help you treat your current liver issues and also help you prevent more from developing. Whether you already have a diagnosis or simply want to be feel as good as you can, experts Kristin Kirkpatrick and Ibrahim Hanouneh give you the knowledge and the tools to take charge of your health. 

  • Regenerative Health is a groundbreaking exploration of the silent epidemic of liver disease and the immense regenerative potential within us. Kristin Kirkpatrick and Ibrahim Hanouneh beautifully bridge the gap between complex medical research and actionable, everyday steps, leading readers on a personalized journey to optimal liver health. This book is more than just a guide—it's a lifeline for millions unknowingly at risk, offering hope through knowledge and transformational lifestyle shifts. An essential read for anyone seeking to understand and harness their body's innate healing powers.”
    David Perlmutter, MD, author, #1 New York Times bestseller, Grain Brain, and Drop Acid
  • “With its approachable science, incredibly helpful metabolic types, and customizable meal plans, this book is a must-read for anyone who wants to reclaim their metabolic health and harness their body's innate regenerative properties. We can become healthier as we age!”
    Mark Hyman,, Author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Young Forever
  • “Kristin Kirkpatrick and Ibrahim Hanouneh have always been at the forefront when it comes to caring for the liver, which holds the key to our body's incredible ability to regenerate. In these pages, they share the latest science and an actionable, doable, and personalized plan to improve the health of this all-important organ, and in turn, your overall health.”
    Toby Cosgrove, MD, former President and CEO of Cleveland Clinic

On Sale
Feb 20, 2024
Hachette Audio

Kristin Kirkpatrick, MS, RD, LD

About the Author

Kristin Kirkpatrick, MS, RD is a bestselling author, presenter, president and CEO of KAK Nutrition Consulting, a dietitian with the Department of Wellness & Preventive Medicine at Cleveland Clinic, and a senior fellow with Meadows Behavioral Healthcare. She has appeared on the TODAY show, NBC Nightly News, and Fox News, among others, and has contributed to publications such as The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and TIME. In her free time, Kristin enjoys running, hiking, skiing, and spending time with her husband, sons, and dogs in their home outside of Denver, CO.
Dr. Ibrahim Hanouneh completed his internal medicine residency, and gastroenterology and hepatology fellowship training at the Cleveland Clinic, and served on the liver faculty at the Cleveland Clinic and at the Mayo Clinic. He works with MNGI Digestive Health—one of the largest gastroenterology practices in the United States. He has presented at several national and international meetings and has been an author on over seventy papers as well as numerous abstracts. 

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