They’re the pro­fes­sion­als re­fus­ing to stay in their lanes

Women's Health (UK) - - EAT SMART -

Dr An­jali Mahto Con­sul­tant der­ma­tol­o­gist/ author/in­flu­encer @an­jal­imahto

Dr Mahto is bring­ing clin­i­cal skin­care advice to the masses. With ex­per­tise gath­ered from years work­ing in hospi­tals, she’s writ­ten The Skin­care

Bi­ble (£14.99, Pen­guin Life), and of­fers tips on solv­ing your skin-re­lated trou­bles that aren’t just hearsay. Plus, she’s talked openly about her own ex­pe­ri­ences with adult acne. Go fol­low, now.

So­phie Grace Holmes Pt/sports mas­sage ther­a­pist/fit­ness model/ cys­tic fi­bro­sis ad­vo­cate @so­phiegrace­holmes

Told she might not live to see out her teens, Holmes has be­come a multi-faceted health ad­vo­cate. As a PT, she helps clients get strong, as an ad­vo­cate for peo­ple with cys­tic fi­bro­sis, she brings the in­spo and, sure, she’ll throw in a sports mas­sage on top. Then there’s her fit­ness mod­el­ling side gig, too. Phew.

Dr Sarah Vohra Con­sul­tant psy­chi­a­trist/ author/speaker/men­tal health ac­tivist @the­mindmedic

Ten years into her NHS ca­reer, Dr Vohra is on a mis­sion to ed­u­cate us all on how to im­prove our men­tal health day to day. Whether it’s call­ing out tabloid head­lines or shar­ing cop­ing strate­gies on the ra­dio and pan­els, this best­selling author is a trust­wor­thy voice in a crowded field.

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