Live a healthier life while enjoying delicious food with Dr Rupy Aujla's newest book The Doctor's Kitchen - Eat To Beat Illness, plus we have three copies of this new book to give away!
Rupy Aujla is a registered doctor based in London and a leading voice in how nutrition can heal and improve health. His newest book, which contains 80 gorgeous recipes, is jam-packed with advice to help you choose food that is both delicious and good for you.
The first section of the cookbook explains how our bodies are better equipped to fight disease when they're fueled properly. This part of the book focuses on Dr Aujla's ethos and advice, while also detailing how simple lifestyle changes, like exercise and sleeping well, can help to heal the body.
The second part of the book shows just how delicious healthy food can be, with recipes including Bangladeshi Cod Curry, Garlic Chilli Prawn and Black Bean Stirfry with Bokchoy and Silverbeet; Pea and Broccoli Orecchiette and more.
Want to try some of these delicious recipes? Read on for two recipes from The Doctor's Kitchen - Eat To Beat Illness by Dr Rupy Aujla and enter our competition to win a copy of the book for yourself.
"I was lucky enough to travel to this beautiful and exotic country for the first time last year, however, I'd fallen in love with the food long before, when my good friend introduced me to the cuisine while at medical school. One of the first dishes I tried was this gorgeous cashew curry. Rich in flavour, this bowl of goodness pairs beautifully with simple brown rice but also tastes fantastic on its own. Cashews are a great source of resistant starch that releases sugar into the bloodstream much more slowly than potatoes or other starchy foods, and helps boost our community of gut microbes."
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"The simplest meals are often the most satisfying. Instead of having to remember complicated cooking steps and intricate techniques, you can focus on what's important - flavour! This dish is incredibly versatile and straightforward, it delivers so much in the way of nutrition, it's exceptionally pleasing to the eye and is a perfect dish for the family. You can mix up the vegetables to suit your taste or depending on what's in season. You'll be eating the rainbow in no time."
Get the recipe here.
Want to add a copy of The Doctor's Kitchen - Eat To Beat Illness to your bookshelf? We have three copies to give away so click here to enter our competition now.
Recipe extracted from The Doctor's Kitchen – Eat To Beat Illness by Dr Rupy Aujla, published by Thorsons, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers. Photography by Faith Mason.