All the issues from Trust Me’s sixth series
The gut microbiome is a hot topic in health right now – but can we change it?
We witness a pioneering operation to implant a 3D printed titanium sternum.
We test the theory that working up a sweat also makes you work up an appetite.
We discover how the amount of sleep we get affects how much we eat.
We find out how the winter blues can affect us and what we can do about it.
We uncover the truth about the supposed health benefits linked to red wine.
Asthma attacks can be fatal, but spotting the symptoms and acting fast can save lives.
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 popular methods that claim to give your resting metabolic rate a boost.
We test some cooking methods that will help you reduce your exposure.
Many people are concerned that they have a thyroid problem that remains undiagnosed.
Gabriel Weston finds out about an exciting clinical trial in the Netherlands.
It’s now the world’s single biggest environmental killer – so what can we do?
Spotting eating disorders early makes a big difference to recovery. So what are the signs?
Do you really need to ‘go heavy or go home’ or can you get results with light weights?
We track down the latest research to bring you our trusted guide to shift work.
We reveal what causes cold sores and share our top tips for dealing with them.
It’s claimed that SLS-free toothpaste helps with mouth ulcers. We delve into the research.
Our volunteers see what happens when they eat oily fish or take fish oil supplements.
It turns out that eating lots of unhealthy fats could be worse for men than for women.
This little known condition can cause devastating sight loss unless it’s spotted in time.
We run through the home remedies and easy techniques you can try.
We find out about ‘neuromodulation’ – a treatment being trialled in California.
Chemicals like BPA and phthalates can get from plastics into food – but is this a problem?
We reveal that when it comes to the immune system what's actually important is balance.
We sent cling films to the lab to see if we should worry about chemicals getting into food
Why do restless legs happen and what are the treatment options?