The first patient to be seen by the team is four-year-old Jack from Lincoln. He has been suffering with atopic eczema, a skin condition that affects one in five children in the country which means his skin often becomes itchy, dry, red and cracked. Beth from the Wirral is suffering with Rheumatoid Arthritis, which is an auto immune disease.
The team attempt to solve the problem for parents who want their children to eat their greens. Lucy Jones pays a visit to a Scout Centre in Oxfordshire to conduct an experiment to find out if peer pressure from older children can influence the eating behaviour of younger kids. Footballer Ezra, 14 from Brixtonis suffering from ADHDa condition that affects up to 5% of UK school children. The team also meet Maryn, 30 from London, who has turned the normal five fruit and veg a day into around 50 a day.
The team look at how monitoring our urine can reveal a lot about what is going on within our bodies.
The team take a look at the potential brain enhancing power of blueberries. Jeremy Spencer from the University of Reading explains how a group of anti-oxidants called flavanoids might help improve your learning ability and concentration levels. Phil, 53 from Rochester, is a semi-professional power lifter and also an actor who played a giant in one of the Harry Potter films and is worried that he's eating himself into an early grave.
The team attempt to help patients who are struggling to deal with their embarrassing conditions. Rachel, 31, from Birmingham has a very extreme form of cystitis. Human rights lawyer Gozen, 25, from Enfield is suffering from a chronic inflammatory skin disease.
It is all about the children this week as this special episode takes a look at traditional party food.