is an NHS doctor with a speciality in general practice and is passionate about the growing body of clinical research looking at how certain foods and lifestyle choices can prevent and treat disease.
Tell us about what you do and why?
As a doctor in the NHS, I see the effects of poor dietary and lifestyle choices every day and I noticed some patients were quite misinformed about nutrition. So, I plucked up the courage to get behind a camera and literally show my patients how to get phenomenal ingredients with potential health benefits onto their plate. I started “The Doctor’s Kitchen” and I create recipes to inspire patients and colleagues about the medicinal effects of eating well.
Why are you such a firm believer in the IQS philosophy?
Food is the most important health intervention anyone can make.
The IQS Team are coming for dinner. What are you cooking us?
Garlic Brussels and cashew pesto tagliatelle with extra Parmesan and toasted hazelnuts.
Tell us your number one health tip in under 25 words.
Eat whole, eat on time, eat colourful.
You can me if you’re looking to…
…be connected to how you are, so you can really understand how food and experiences impact on you and make more informed choices about what, and who, you have in your life.