S6 E10: Gut health, mental health, and coping through music with Professor Green

09.08.2021 - By The Food Medic

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Trigger warning: this conversation discusses suicide.Firmly established as one of the crossover superstars of British music, the Hackney born and raised rapper has released two Top 3 albums and amassed a career tally of over 2.5 million combined sales in the UK alone. He has completed five headline tours and performed on the main stages of countless festivals such as Glastonbury, V Festival and Wireless.Over the past couple of years Professor Green has presented five critically acclaimed BBC documentaries and his first documentary series for Channel 4 called “Working Class White Men” in 2018. He’s also published his autobiography 'Lucky' and continues his ongoing work as patron of anti-suicide charity CALM. He is also ambassador for: www.myonlinetherapy.com. He also founded the gut supplement company Agulp. This episode covers:- His long history of gut issues and how it led him to start Agulp. - Mental health and losing his dad to suicide - The gut-brain link - Protecting his mental health and identifying when to ask for help- How he got into music and how it is a form of therapy for him - Navigating life as a new dad - On being a foodie, his food delivery kits with Gizzi, and what he would have as a death row meal. If you loved this episode make sure to give it a review, rating (hopefully 5 stars) and share it with your friends and family. instagram/twitter/facebook: @thefoodmedicwww.thefoodmedic.co.u

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