Stig Bengmark - En sann inspiratör inom hälsa | Super Synbiotics

Stig Bengmark – a true inspiration within the field of health

From medical professional to professor and researcher

Stig Bengmark received his medical degree from Lund University in 1956. After that, a long and successful career awaited him as Professor of Surgery, as well as Chief Surgeon and Head of Clinic at Lund University Hospital (1970-1994). During his time in Lund, Stig made a big impression as Chief Surgeon when he, among other things, modernised the clinic’s working methods and divided what was previously called General Surgery into 8-9 medically independent teams. Stig was also a driving force within various research projects, both as an inspirer, supervisor and researcher. Liver surgery became Stig’s main area of interest and Stig is still today seen as a pioneer in the field, in Sweden.

Professor Emeritus and the research into the mechanisms of the gut flora

During his time as surgeon, Stig became increasingly convinced that poor eating habits and unhealthy lifestyle choices are to blame for many of the lifestyle diseases and health problems that dominate Western medicine today. Stig formally retired in 1994, but his work did not end there. Stig continued to study the connection between lifestyle, gut flora and inflammation as a Professor Emeritus and visiting professor at the University of London since 1999. Stig’s research is also the basis for our dietary supplement Synbiotic.

Health inspirer and role model

Stig has devoted himself to researching, lecturing and spreading the message that, through an intestinal-friendly diet and a healthy lifestyle, we can take control of our own health. In order to inspire more people to make healthy lifestyle choices, Stigs research and his best recipes and tips is in his book “Välj Hälsa!” which was published in November of 2018.


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