The Trust Me presenters’ dietary advice over the series all gathered in one place.
Are smoothies full of goodness, or mostly just sugar? Dr Saleyha Ahsan reveals all.
The truth about probiotics, and the cheaper and better way to good gut health revealed.
7 glasses of water a day — truth or myth?
The age-old debate about the health effects of coffee settled once and for all.
Dr Chris van Tulleken experiments on himself to reveal the truth about vitamin pills...
The incredible truth behind how beer can actually make barbequed meat healthier.
How much caffeine is really in energy drinks?
The incredible tip that makes starchy carbohydrate foods healthier.
Is there any evidence that dosing up on vitamin C actually prevents a cold coming on?
How easy is it to lower your cholesterol naturally? We put some simple ideas to the test.
Do fatty foods or chocolate really cause spots?
Professor Aedin Cassidy reveals the kind of chocolate that can be good for us.
Michael Mosley puts his strong stomach to the test - can mouldy food be ok to eat?
Should we all be cutting right back on sugar? Michael Mosley examines the evidence.
Michael Mosley discovers that some oils used for cooking could be very bad for us indeed.
Michael Mosley investigates whether cutting back on salt really improves our health.
Michael Mosley meets two experts who disagree on how bad saturated fat is for us.
It's sold as having health benefits, but what's the real evidence for maunka honey?
Is there really evidence that Omega 3 is good for our health?
Dr Chris van Tulleken explores the health claims made for organic food.
Can garlic, watermelon or beetroot reduce blood pressure? We put the claims to the test.
Michael Mosley puts three recommended sources of vitamin D to the test.
The surprising truth about what the world's most popular drug does to our brains.
Here's what 'antioxidant-rich' products really have in them, and what they do.
Michael Mosley shares the crucial tips for avoiding food poisoning.
A ground-breaking experiment: eat breakfast later and dinner earlier to lose fat
Diet products could be making you fatter – we investigate why.
We’ve all heard you shouldn’t eat carbs after 8pm – but is it true?
Is it alcohol good or bad for you? The experts give their opinions.
Rumours are all over the internet, but is there anything behind them?
It's supposedly the key to a long and healthy life - but what's the truth?
Is it the most nutritious thing on our plate, or the cause of premature aging and death?
We’ve seen the adverts for ‘heart health’ oils and spreads — so we put them to the test.
It’s not just booze to be aware of if you’re taking pills.
Revolutionary new work from Israel that is changing nutrition advice for everyone.
New research from the US shows how psychology in the kitchen can help us all be healthier.
We put four methods to the test: does anything really target belly fat?
We put the health claims of apple cider vinegar to the test and find a surprising benefit!
We carry out an experiment: is there such a thing as ‘gluten sensitivity’?
Could eating certain foods or taking supplements improve our eyesight?
We do an ambitious experiment to discover whether turmeric really could be good for us
With many women not wanting to take replacement hormones, what are the alternatives?
The gut microbiome is a hot topic in health right now – but can we change it?
We uncover the truth about the supposed health benefits linked to red wine.
Decaf coffee is becoming increasingly popular – but does it pose any health risks?
Gout is on the rise - we reveal what it is and how to avoid it.
We put homemade and shop bought fermented foods to the test.
We test some cooking methods that will help you reduce your exposure.