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My life in health

Dr Ranj Singh splits his time between working as an NHS pediatric doctor in A&E, and appearing as an expert on TV. He also famously donned his dancing shoes for Strictly Come Dancing in 2018
As told to Laura Potter. Photograph Colin Bell

I grew up on biscuits for breakfast and deep-fried ish ingers. When you’re in a working class family with three small children, sometimes you’ll give them whatever they’ll eat – illing them up is what matters. We thought ish ingers were good, because they’re ish, but we fried them in oil, so any beneit we were getting was probably negated. All we needed to do was oven-cook them, which we did later. It wasn’t a deliberate intention, we just didn’t know any better.

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Introducing the brand new healthy! We’ve got a fresh new look and have spruced up our content, including challenging new franchises, a dedicated vegan section and inspiring real life stories. Our central theme this issue is mental wellbeing – a challenge that doesn’t seem to be getting any easier, even as we are getting better at talking about it. Hopefully our ‘safe space’ is just that – somewhere you can explore and develop your own mental health. We’ve also investigated the gender disparity in football, explored the growing (though illegal) trend of microdosing, and chatted to chef turned wellness advocate Lorraine Pascale about her own mental wellbeing journey. Plus, we’ve brought in an expert panel to review all our content, ensuring you’re getting the very best and latest health, fitness, food, beauty and wellness advice. Find all this and more in the new issue of healthy