BBC presenter Michael Mosley dies of natural causes (Greek police)

Greek police have revealed that BBC presenter Michael Mosley died of natural causes after disappearing on the island of Symi.  (Brook Mitchell/Getty Images)

Greek police have revealed that BBC presenter Michael Mosley died of natural causes after disappearing on the island of Symi. (Brook Mitchell/Getty Images)

Greek police have revealed that BBC presenter Michael Mosley died of natural causes after going missing on the island of Symi.

The British health guru and TV personality’s cause of death has been revealed a day after it was discovered.

The initial autopsy revealed that no injuries could have caused his death. The BBC reported.

A local television crew spotted Mosley’s lifeless body on Sunday, four days after he disappeared. He had taken a coastal walk alone on June 5.

The time of his death was Wednesday last week at around 2:00 p.m. BST.

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“It’s devastating to have lost Michael, my wonderful, funny, kind and brilliant husband,” Mosley’s wife, Clare Bailey, said in a statement.

“It made an incredible climb, took the wrong path and collapsed where it couldn’t be easily seen by the search team,” she said.

AFP reported that Greece “experienced record temperatures for the first week of June, reaching 39.3 degrees Celsius in Symi.”

Mosley is credited with popularizing the 5:2 intermittent fasting diet and has participated in programs like Believe me, I’m a doctor and the Just one thing podcast.