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Matt Willis on Pop Stardom, Addiction and Discovering Good Health

by Dr. Rangan Chatterjee   /  May 9, 2018

Dr Chatterjee talks to pop star, actor and self-confessed nutrition geek, Matt Willis, about the whirlwind of Busted, his alcohol addiction and his new-found awareness of the impact of his diet on his overall health.

Episode Highlights:

  • How did Matt & Rangan first meet?
  • Did Matt always want to be in a band?
  • Hear about the highs and lows of being in Busted.
  • How did Matt become addicted to alcohol?
  • Matt recommends Robb Wolf’s The Paleo Solution: The Original Human Diet
  • How is Matt using his diet for future film roles?
  • What did Matt learn to do to combat his addictive behaviour?
  • Matt & Rangan talk through addiction and making a positive out of an addictive personality.
  • Rangan & Matt talk about Dr Gabor Mate, addiction expert.
  • Matt talks about the recent Busted tour and eating healthily when on the road.
  • Hear about Matt’s experience with his family trying a sugar free January.
  • Matt & Rangan talk about ‘de-normalising’ sugar, from The 4 Pillar Plan
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Dr. Rangan Chatterjee MbChB, BSc (Hons), MRCP, MRCGP