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Published on Dec 31, 2016
For years, whilst gigging as DJ's by night, we've been supporting science by day. At the British Gut Project/Twin Research, King’s College London, UK, we've been so shocked and excited by what we've found, we just have to share our new "gut health” obsession with you all. We're not experts, we're still learning, so come on the journey with us.
We’re sick of being fed the “if it looks good on Instagram you should eat it” trend. We want real answers for real people and get REAL scientific answers to why we should be putting things in our body. If we can’t be sold the same diets for our bodies and we have the same DNA, then there’s NO single diet that works for everyone. We are ALL individual. So what should we be eating?
Also check out our “Gut Reaction” spin off videos, with practical tips and experiments.
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Check out our other interviews with:
Dr Trevor Lawley from the Sanger Institue, Campus of the Human Genome Project, Cambridge, UK,
Professor K Ray Chaudhuri, King’s College specialist on Parkinson’s
Dr Sandrine Claus, Reading University, Associate Professor in Integrative Metabolism
Dr Helen Claire O'Neill, IVF and Reproductive Genetics Group at University College London
Prof Daniel Altmann, Professor of Immunology and head of the Human Disease Immunogenetics Group at Imperial College
Professor Fiona Cowrie, Director of the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology at the University of Oxford
Rob Finn, Big Data Specialist at Human Genome Campus, Sanger Institute, Cambridge
Cheesemonger at La Fromagerie talking about why stinky cheese is really good for you
Nick Vadasz, “aka” The Pickleman, owner of Vadasz Deli
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