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About the webinar:
As dietitians, we know that plants are jam-packed with good nutrition and are especially beneficial for our gut – but getting our clients on the plant-powered bandwagon isn’t always easy. In this special Gut Health Month webinar, we’re joined by gut health expert Dr Megan Rossi, PhD APD, to explore the science behind her new ‘anti-restriction’ approach to healthy eating called The Diversity Diet. Megan will explain why our clients should be eating 30 different plants each and every week in the name of good gut health. She will also share her tips and tricks for helping our clients enjoy easy, flavoursome meals that will keep them feeling fuller for longer while boosting their gut microbiome.
About the speaker:
Dr Megan Rossi, founder of The Gut Health Doctor, is considered one of the most influential gut health specialists internationally. A Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist for the last decade with an award-winning PhD in gut health, which was recognised for its contribution to science, receiving the Dean’s Award for outstanding research. As a leading Research Fellow at King’s College London, Megan is currently investigating nutrition-based therapies in gut health. Megan also set up The Gut Health Clinic in London, where she leads a team of gut-specialist dietitians, as well as creating her own gut health food brand Bio&Me to bridge the gap between science and the food industry. Her debut book, Eat Yourself Healthy (UK, Aus & Europe) and Love Your Gut (US & Canada), was first published in September 2019 as an easy-to-digest guide to gut health and beyond, immediately becoming an Amazon and The Sunday Times best seller. Megan has also been recognised as Business Insider’s Top 100 Coolest People in Food & Drink and named Young Australian Achiever of the Year in the UK 2020.