About the Show
The Food Hospital examines the science behind using food in medicine, tackling patients' health problems through the food they eat
Series 2 Summary
The Food Hospital returns for a brand new series and this time the team are using food to try to tackle an even greater array of common illnesses, from acne and eczema to epilepsy and ADHD.
The first patient to be seen is four-year-old Jack from Lincoln. Jack suffers from atopic eczema, a skin condition that affects one in five children in the UK.
First to be seen this week is wannabe footballer Ezra, 14 from Brixton. Ezra suffers from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder - a condition that affects up to 5% of UK school children.
Eighteen-year-old student Adam suffers from very bad acne. Lucy puts him on a low GI plan to reduce his insulin levels to help control the production of his hormones, but will this work?
A semi-professional power lifter and actor is worried that he's eating himself into an early grave. And the mother of a nine-year-old boy thinks he may have Coeliac disease.
Rachel from Birmingham has an extreme form of cystitis. Will cranberry juice, dried cranberries and daily probiotic drinks leave Rachel with pain-free pee?
It's all about the kids in this special episode. Do sausage rolls, cakes, crisps, sweets and fizzy pop really send kids wild?
Under the care of The Food Hospital team, six women with Type 2 Diabetes live together in a house, as they embark on extreme but potentially life-saving diets