We are delighted to bring you the second part of the interview with Dr Rupy Aujla. Rupy is an NHS general practitioner, a cookbook author and founder of the Doctor’s Kitchen.
This episode is much more personal as Rupy opens up about his own health journey.
Rupy was a newly qualified junior doctor when his life changed. He developed atrial fibrillation, a heart rhythm disorder which causes an irregular heartbeat, often running very fast.
Rupy found himself in a difficult and vulnerable position on the other side of the doctor-patient relationship.
Join us as he shares how small, sustainable lifestyle changes bought the atrial fibrillation under control and how his journey inspired him to create the Doctor’s kitchen which is a platform to help educate us about the beauty and medicinal qualities of food.