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The Doctor’s Kitchen - Eat to Beat Illness Paperback – 21 Mar 2019
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About the Author
Dr Rupy Aujla is a practising GP in London. Trained at Imperial College London, he is the leading voice in how nutrition can heal and improve health. He makes regular appearances on ITV’s This Morning. He is the go-to Doctor on BBC Asian Network’s Noreen Khan show with half a million listeners, Men’s Health Recipe Creator and Doctor, TEDxNHS Speaker, Huffington Post, Shortlist, Stylist, Metro contributor as well as contributing to leading nutrition websites including Nutritionfacts.org. Dr Rupy and The Doctors Kitchen have a growing social presence on You Tube, Instagram and Twitter. He has recently launched The Doctor’s Kitchen podcast.
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I suffer from an inflammatory condition and the hope is that some of the recipes, observations and information in this book will help me better manage things.
I do subscribe to the school of thought that many illnesses are caused by the excesses of modern life and that simple changes in lifestyle can have a positive effect on your physical and mental well-being.
This isn't a mumbo jumbo diet plan, and having listened to the author's excellent series of podcasts and read his previous book, I pre-ordered this book months prior to release.
If you feel (like I did) that the years of excess and lack of exercise are starting to take their toll on your health, then this book might just help to put you back on track.
Definitely worth a read.