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I am an NHS consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology for 20 years, with over 35 years of clinical experience in women’s health. I am also a Board-Certified lifestyle medicine physician.

As College Tutor and Training Programme Director for Obstetrics and Gynaecology in the London Deanery for several years, I developed my passion for public and medical education. 

As the years went by, I realised that I was treating women after the disease process had started, and that prevention was really the key. I started to see the role nutrition and lifestyle had at every stage in a woman’s life, including pregnancy and menopause. This led me to set up a voluntary project, Women for Women’s Health in 2014, to educate and empower women to make informed health choices.

I strongly support the work of Nutritank, set up by forward thinking medical students to bring the best educational resources in nutrition and lifestyle to the medical world. During my training, I was not taught any aspect of nutrition or its role in enhancing women’s health. I passionately believe this knowledge should be available to people of all ages and from all walks of life.

Through social media (@drnitubajekal), information leaflets on my website ( ), lectures and workshops, I provide reliable up-to-date women’s health and lifestyle information for the general public, doctors, workplaces and schools. Young people especially are at the right stage where making small positive changes can have a tremendous impact on their current and future health




Instagram and Twitter: @drnitubajekal

Facebook: womenforwomenshealthuk

Dr Nitu Bakejal

Dr Nitu Bajekal, MD FRCOG is a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist for 20 years on the NHS with over 35 years of clinical experience in women’s health. She is also one of the first US board-certified Lifestyle Medicine Physicians in the UK. Dr Bajekal has written the women’s health module for the first UK plant-based nutrition course for health professionals, launched by Winchester University in 2019. She is the founder of Women for Women's Health, a voluntary service set up in 2014 to educate and empower women to make dietary and lifestyle choices to help improve their own and their families’ health. Dr Bajekal runs workshops for health professionals, public and schools, both in the UK and abroad, covering a range of health concerns such as painful periods, PCOS, contraception, HPV, menopause, endometriosis and osteoporosis. Dr Bajekal is passionate about educating medical students and doctors about women’s health and lifestyle medicine, as she firmly believes these go hand in hand. She was College Tutor and Training Programme Director in the London Deanery for Obstetrics and Gynaecology trainees for several years and loved this aspect of her work.

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