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Interest in the link between gut bacteria and our health and weight is growing. We talk to Tim Spector, professor of genetics and lead investigator into gut microbes in the UK, about the impact of his research on his own diet

Tim Spector professor and researcher

My health now is pretty good, but five years ago, at 53, I was 8kg heavier and did little exercise.

It was only when I suffered a scare, while ski touring in the Alps, that I had my health wake-up call, 3,000 metres up a mountain. I had a mini stroke in my eye and suffered double vision for two or three months.

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