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The BBC Good Food Health Podcast – Dr Megan Rossi

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Join health editor Tracey Raye as she chats with registered dietitian Dr Megan Rossi about all things gut health, including advice for achieving diverse microbiota.

This week, Tracey is joined by Dr Megan Rossi, registered dietitian and postdoctoral research fellow at King's College London to discuss all things gut health.


Tune in, as we discuss how digestion works, what to eat to make your gut happy and why dietary diversity is so important. In part 2, we explore the difference between pre- and pro-bitoics, what we know about Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and whether we should be considering the low FODMAP diet to support our gut health.

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Part 1

Part 2

Bonus cookalong

Fennel, pomegranate & broad bean salad

Sweet potato & black bean chilli with zesty quinoa

Please note that all podcasts are intended for an adult audience.

Dr Megan Rossi, The Gut Health Doctor, is considered one the most influential gut health specialists internationally. A practicing dietitian and nutritionist for the last decade and with an award-winning PhD in gut health, Dr Rossi is passionate about empowering others to take control of their health and happiness from the inside out. A leading Research Fellow at King's College London, Dr Rossi is currently investigating nutrition-based therapies in gut health, including pre- and probiotics, dietary fibres, plant-based diversity, the low-FODMAP diet and food additives. She has also founded The Gut Health Clinic on Harley Street and works with the food industry to bring products that are genuinely good for your gut to market.


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