We are bombarded with information daily about our health; do this exercise, don’t eat that, try this drug and you’ll feel better in no time. Dr Michael Mosley is a science journalist who’s written popular books about fasting, blood sugar diets and the gut/health connection. He’s also one of the hosts of a BBC programme that busts myths about our health. They do their own independent research and experiments into issues like the health benefits of coconut oil and whether or not fizzy drinks make you fat. The show is called Trust me, I’m a Doctor and a new series begins tonight in New Zealand on BBC Knowledge.