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Our everyday food choices affect not only our gut health but also our brain health. But how exactly does this work? Nutritionist and clinical neuroscientist, Miguel Mateas explains it all, including the role of pre and probiotics. We discuss how long-term stress affects the gut and how eating a colourful diverse diet is so important for our overall health. Miguel believes that diversity is important, not only with what we put into our mouths, but in all aspects of our lives – from our thoughts to our experiences. He talks about the amazing benefits of olive oil and how to choose the best quality. Miguel is witty and jolly as ever – I really enjoyed this conversation and hope you do too!
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Learn more about the Innovation Consultant at the London Agri-food Innovation Clinic, a European Union-funded project where Miguel is working on clinical trials to assess the impact of consuming fermented foods like kefir or sauerkraut not only on gut health, but on brain health too.
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