BBC series How to Beat It is always a fascinating watch.
The brand new series kick-started on Thursday, March 12th, investigating health methods and practices to improve physical and mental health.
Airing every Thursday on BBC 1 at 8 pm, Dr Javid Abdelmoneim is the man working closely alongside Kate Quilton with the fascinating incites.
Here’s everything you need to know about the dashing doctor Javid Abdelmoneim.
Who is Javid Abdelmoneim?
Dr Javid Abdelmoneim is a 40-year-old physician. He was born in the UK to Sudanese-Iranian parents.
His most famous work is with Médecins Sans Frontières, where his research into gender conditioning in school children is well documented.
Where did he study?
Javid grabbed his doctorate at University College London. He started working with Médecins Sans Frontières in a second-year placement.
While studying, he was worked with the NHS as a medical doctor since 2003.
When did he start working in TV?
When Javid was working in Sierra Leone dealing with the Ebola crisis, BBC’s Panorama interviewed him about his work.
Immediately likeable and knowledgeable, Javid was quickly swept up by the BBC.
In 2017, he presented BBC’s No More Boys and Girls, a mini-series experimenting gender-neutral language with primary school children.
He also presented The Truth About in 2019 but moving onto 2020’s How to Beat It.
Does he have social media?
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#Repost @cooper_vicki with @get_repost ・・・ How to Beat' starts tomorrow 12th March at 8pm on Channel 4. The very lovely @katequilton and @drjavidabdel will explore the simple changes we can all make that could lead to huge health benefits. Working with volunteers and scientists from across the UK, this series shines a light on the latest scientific evidence when it comes to bringing down your biological age, managing stress, beating pain, and sticking to a healthy diet. #HowToBeat 💪🌱🥬 😴🚶♀️
Javid won a FPA Award for Best Science Documentary for his health magazine show The Cure on the Al Jazeera English network, a series that showcases innovations and advances in healthcare around the world.