Eating is one of the great pleasures in life. In fact, the average person spends a staggering 32,000 hours on eating in their lifetime. That’s nearly four years of non-stop eating. Amazingly, our gut makes up about 70% of our immune system and contains 1.5 to 2kg of bacteria – more than the weight of our brain. So, our gut is a big deal. Join Gary Kent as he meets with Dr. Delia McCabe, a nutritional neuroscientist whose research specialises in how the food we eat affects the way our brain functions. And in particular, we are going to look at how the food we place in our gut affects our brains.