Dr Rangan Chatterjee in a still from BBC TV series Doctor in the House, in which he lived with families and helped them reverse chronic illness through lifestyle changes. Dr Rangan Chatterjee in a still from BBC TV series Doctor in the House, in which he lived with families and helped them reverse chronic illness through lifestyle changes.
Dr Rangan Chatterjee in a still from BBC TV series Doctor in the House, in which he lived with families and helped them reverse chronic illness through lifestyle changes.
Wellness

The life-changing moment when doctor learned to stop applying Band-Aids to lifestyle diseases such as obesity, diabetes, and insomnia and treat their underlying cause

  • After nearly losing his son to a vitamin deficiency, British doctor Rangan Chatterjee knew he needed to change his approach to medicine
  • He read up on nutrition, gut health and microbiology, and now believes small lifestyle changes can vastly improve our health

Topic |   Wellness
Dr Rangan Chatterjee in a still from BBC TV series Doctor in the House, in which he lived with families and helped them reverse chronic illness through lifestyle changes. Dr Rangan Chatterjee in a still from BBC TV series Doctor in the House, in which he lived with families and helped them reverse chronic illness through lifestyle changes.
Dr Rangan Chatterjee in a still from BBC TV series Doctor in the House, in which he lived with families and helped them reverse chronic illness through lifestyle changes.
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