Miguel Mateas


Clinical Nutritionist specializing in microbiota

About Miguel

Miguel Mateas is a doctoral researcher in clinical nutrition practice with wide-angle, first-hand experience of the research process. Miguel completed a lab-based Masters in Clinical Neuroscience focusing on brain aging. Currently, he designs and implements human clinical trials investigating the effects of fermented foods on mood and cognition as a leading investigator at the “Bowels and Brains™️” project at the London Agri-Food Innovation Clinic (LAFIC – lafic.co.uk).

Miguel has been delivering quality individualized nutrition care to his patients from 2009, translating complex scientific findings into meaningful recommendations that can be used by people like you to improve health and wellbeing. Specifically, those with health issues affecting the gut, brain, or communication between both systems. Miguel’s background includes 15+ years in senior consulting and training roles in life sciences and medical publishing, having trained clinicians and scientists around the world. He is a super approachable and creative guy who likes to have fun and thinks that science should be exciting and not boring.


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Read Miguel’s review paper on microbiome assessment tools to learn more about the microbiota gut brain axis and dietary choices that promote and sustain healthy growth of bacterial populations.

Read a breakdown and summary of the article here.

Learn more about his new project on the London Agri-Food Innovation Clinic website.

Read an in depth digest of Miguel’s paper by Keith Reed, as well as an infographic breakdown of topics discussed.

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