EP11 – Gut Health, Probiotics, Antibiotics, Fish Oils & More with Microbiologist Dr Nigel Plummer

In this episode Richard is joined by well respected and well known microbiologist Dr Nigel Plummer. Nigel has been working in this area for around 25 years. Dr Nigel and his team of 12 research scientists perform many clinical trials on humans in a bid to find out the effect that the human micro flora (friendly bugs) and probiotics have on gut health and immune health. Plus looking in depth at how omega 3 fatty acids impact our health and immune system.

The topics covered on the show include gut health, micro flora, antibiotics and probiotics and the big, positive link that taking both together can have. Other topics such as the benefits of fish oils, inflammation, disease, irritable bowel syndrome, allergies and much more interesting health topics are also talked about.

Podcast below:

Show Notes

If you are interested in purchasing some of the probiotics talked about on the show you can go to www.alimentnutrition.co.uk

The probiotics Richard discussed and uses were called proven probiotics which you can get online.

If you would like a copy of the anti inflammatory diet sheet mentioned in the podcast you can either email Richard at info@richard-clarke.co.uk or you can get it off the blog www.richard-clarke.co.uk when you sign up.

The fish oil mentioned in the show which was regarded as the best on the market by Richard and Dr Nigel you can get from www.alimentnutrition.co.uk there is a liquid or capsule version available.

If you want to have your questions answered on the show then you can email Richard at:

info@richard-clarke.co.uk or you can contact Richard on twitter or facebook with your question.

 

2 thoughts on “EP11 – Gut Health, Probiotics, Antibiotics, Fish Oils & More with Microbiologist Dr Nigel Plummer”

  1. Fantastcally informative again!Keep it up.My orders in for the fish oil and probiotics.Can you recommend a good vitamin c please?Thanks

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