Healthy eating is important for all of us. Many of us have grown all the more aware of this throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, and sought to improve or maintain our physical and mental health amidst uncertain times and altered daily routines.
With many of us now returning or fully back to our workplaces and busy lives, how can we continue to explore what good food does for our wellbeing and strengthen our healthier eating habits for the future?
On 9 March, The Coffee House in RSA House hosts special guest Dr Rupy Aujla, founder of The Doctor’s Kitchen. Join us for a talk and Q&A with Dr Rupy, and to sample this free selection of delicious food and drink from Dr Rupy’s breakfast recipes:
Chai spiced almond and pecan granola
Blood orange and Yorkshire rhubarb bircher
Spiced pear and almond overnight oats
Ginger, lemon and cinnamon water
One pan veggie breakfast hash
Dr Rupy Aujla and the Doctor’s Kitchen
The Doctor’s Kitchen began with Dr. Rupy Aujla, an NHS medical doctor whose life was changed when he suffered a significant heart condition. Since learning more about nutritional medicine and doing a deep dive into the literature he was able to reverse his condition using a food and lifestyle approach. In 2015 he started the Doctor’s Kitchen as a way of teaching everybody how they can cook their way to health and to showcase the beauty of food and medicinal effects of eating and living well. The Doctor’s Kitchen has developed from an online blog into a podcast, three best-selling books, regular television appearances and a newly launched app.
The event is free to attend and open to all, within and outside of our RSA Fellowship community.
Taking part in RSA in-person events
We've been looking forward to finally being able to meet together in person. But of course recognise it is important for us to stay cautious and make the environment safe for everyone.
We’re asking all attendees of events to be respectful of personal space, to be mindful of others preferences in regards to social distancing and to respect those that are wearing face coverings.
To participate in the event, you will need to register for a ticket so we can make sure we have an up-to-date list of those who plan on attending. This is for capacity purposes.
We request that all attendees evaluate their own health and that of those they’re in close contact with. We encourage all attendees that are sick or showing symptoms of illness to stay home and to cancel your Eventbrite ticket if you are no longer able to join the event.
Given the ever-changing nature of the pandemic, please always check your latest national Government guidance in addition to following our baseline guidance enclosed here. If guidelines do change, the event may be cancelled at short notice.
If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments, please let the team know: [email protected]. Please also let us know if you have any dietary requirements or severe allergies.
Image of Dr Rupy, credit to Faith Mason