Dr Rupy Aujla – Culinary Medicine

Dr Rupy Aujla is an NHS GP working in Emergency Medicine and completing a masters in Nutritional Medicine. He is the founder of ‘The Doctor’s Kitchen’, which strives to inspire and educate everybody about the beauty of food and the medicinal effects of eating well. He creates healthy and delicious recipes using carefully selected ingredients, explaining the clinical research behind them across his media platforms (InstagramPodcastwebsiteYouTubeFacebook). 

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Rupy is a Sunday Times bestselling author, with two cookbooks published by Harper Collins – “The Doctor’s Kitchen” and “Eat to Beat Illness” and often appears on BBC and ITV. He is also the founding director of Culinary Medicine, a non-profit organisation which aims to teach doctors and medical students the foundations of nutrition, as well as teaching them how to cook and is currently being taught at Bristol and UCL medical schools. 

“The clinical entrepreneur programme has been  an excellent source of information for me and both innovations. The mentorship, meet ups with other like minded people in healthcare and the  support from the CEP team has been amazing. I’d highly recommend it to anyone interested in bringing their solution to life”.

Dr Rupy Aujla, Culinary Medicine

Published by Lucy Dentice

Deputy Programme Manager for the NHS Clinical Entrepreneur Programme.