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Science documentary series tackling everyday issues that affect us all. Each episode features different presenters and experts in their fields.

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Station: BBC One (GB)
Rating: 0/10 from 0 users
Status: Running
Start: 2015-03-19

The Truth About... Air Dates


S01E16 - Obesity Air Date: 26 April 2018 20:00 -

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Chris Bavin looks at the latest scientific research on obesity and shows how small lifestyle changes can help people maximize their chances of keeping trim. The programme reveals when the best time to eat is, how people's gut bacteria may influence their weight and how a simple piece of string can reveal how healthy someone is. Plus we meet cutting-edge researchers who hope to solve obesity with a simple injection.


S2018E03 - Obesity Air Date: 26 April 2018 20:00 -

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Chris Bavin looks at the latest scientific research on obesity and shows how small lifestyle changes can help people maximize their chances of keeping trim. The programme reveals when the best time to eat is, how people's gut bacteria may influence their weight and how a simple piece of string can reveal how healthy someone is. Plus we meet cutting-edge researchers who hope to solve obesity with a simple injection.


S01E17 - Carbs Air Date: 06 June 2018 19:00 -

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Dr Xand van Tulleken investigates whether claims about negative effects of carbohydrates on health are true. The film looks at cutting-edge research into a possible link between carb consumption and infertility, and it investigates whether genetic changes are taking place when passing eating habits on to children. Xand and a team of volunteers attempt to guess how much sugar a selection of common foods each releases into the bloodstream. The film also sets out to examine whether it is possible to eat carbs in a way that is much healthier. Scientists have discovered that starchy carbs like pasta, rice and potatoes can be changed in a very simple way to make them healthier, and there is a surprise in store for Xand when he heads to the gym with his favourite carb-filled sports drink. The programme also teams up with a Merseyside GP to trial a healthy-eating plan which asks people to swap 'sugary' carbs for more fibre. The results after just two weeks come as a surprise.


S2018E04 - Carbs Air Date: 06 June 2018 19:00 -

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Dr Xand van Tulleken investigates whether claims about negative effects of carbohydrates on health are true. The film looks at cutting-edge research into a possible link between carb consumption and infertility, and it investigates whether genetic changes are taking place when passing eating habits on to children. Xand and a team of volunteers attempt to guess how much sugar a selection of common foods each releases into the bloodstream. The film also sets out to examine whether it is possible to eat carbs in a way that is much healthier. Scientists have discovered that starchy carbs like pasta, rice and potatoes can be changed in a very simple way to make them healthier, and there is a surprise in store for Xand when he heads to the gym with his favourite carb-filled sports drink. The programme also teams up with a Merseyside GP to trial a healthy-eating plan which asks people to swap 'sugary' carbs for more fibre. The results after just two weeks come as a surprise.


S2018E05 - The Menopause Air Date: 26 November 2018 21:00 -

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Mariella Frostrup shares her own experience of the menopause and brings this great taboo out into the open, investigating how the latest science can explain what it is.

The Truth About... Actors

Angela Rippon(Presenter)

Fiona Phillips(Presenter)

Jasmine Harman(Presenter)

Chris Bavin(Presenter)

Dr. Chris van Tulleken(Presenter)

Dr. Saleyha Ahsan(Presenter)

Javid Abdelmoneim(Presenter)



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