Category Archives: Dr Rangan Chatterjee

Dr Rangan Chatterjee’s biography can be viewed here.

“Greeting from both myself and my Microbiome” – Dr Rangan Chatterjee

Shining the most public and positive light on functional medicine in the UK? With a prime-time BBC slot and close to 3 million viewers does the new series ‘Doctor in the house’ provide the greatest public airing of a nutritional and lifestyle based approach to health management yet seen in the UK?

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Dr Rangan Chatterjee – A talk on ‘Good Gut Health’

“The health of the gut and its immune system is a fundamental factor for me to assess with every patient. Why? The gut and immune system are intimately related in their interactions and if they are not performing as they should then this can negatively influence the overall health of the person.” Continue reading  ▶

Practising ‘Good Medicine’?

Our article today is a conversation between Amanda Williams, Managing Director of Cytoplan and Dr Rangan Chatterjee who, post qualification, worked as a hospital doctor for 6 years and has spent the last 7 years working in General Practice around Manchester. His passion is to get to the root cause of problems rather than to just treat symptoms. He specialises in gut health and the immune system, and these areas plus nutrition typically form the core of his new patient consultation and treatment. Continue reading  ▶