I've had the book for a few months but forgot about reading it after getting another book, "An epidemic of Absence" by Moises Velasquez-Manoff and starting reading that which was a pile of crap full of useless stories and very little facts. I will abandon that book and return to Clean Gut and finish that instead.
Clean Gut by Alejandro Junger MD who was the author of "Clean"
I've only got 50 pages into it so cannot really comment on it too much ATM. What I will say is it did not hook me like Increased Intestinal Permeability aka Leaky Gut Syndrome by Case Adams PhD which I read through all the way and went back and re-read parts again. A different book covering the basics of how the digestive system begins, how it is maintained and why it goes wrong with a big portion of the book listing research articles backing up the facts. I thought it an excellent book because I liked the way it gave so many facts without padding text out with useless stories that so many authors inflict on their readers.
These books are always out of date by the time that they go into print so I don't think you can expect to find anything ground breaking in them.