Rupy Aujla




Dr Rupy Aujla is an NHS GP and founder 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.

In his role as clinical adviser to the Royal College of GP's and more recently being accepted as a fellow on the NHS Clinical Entrepreneur Programme – Rupy has big aspirations to bring the concept of 'Culinary Medicine' to the profession globally.

Recently Rupy and the Culinary Medicine team have successfully taught their course to Year 3 Bristol University Medical students as part of their undergraduate training and they're working University College London who are in the process of delivering a course to their students this year.

Rupy is equally passionate about sharing good nutritional advice and delicious healthy recipes with the general public. Via 'The Doctor's Kitchen', he aims to inspire patients about the beauty of food and the amazing clinical research behind the ingredients he uses. He also has two best-selling cookbooks published by Harper Collins - ‘The Doctor’s Kitchen’ and his second book 'Eat to Beat Illness' which was released in March 2019 and quickly became a Sunday Times Bestseller.

"We need to create health instead of reacting to disease. I want to Reflect on the current healthcare landscape and how we react to symptoms rather than creating health and Rethink medicine with a salutogenic approach to appreciate the components of a society that foster wellbeing."