Anjanee currently works as a paediatric dietitian within the NHS, aiding children with management of allergies, autism, faltering growth and enteral feeding, alongside other conditions. She aids her patients to manage their condition(s) by interpreting the current evidence-base and combining this with her communication skills to deliver dietetic advice. Alongside this, she shares information by writing on a freelance basis for online magazines, blog posts and on her Instagram account. She uses social media to share witty written and video content about general nutrition and to combat common nutrition-related myths which are often shared via social media. This has been well received by her followers.
She also uses her account to express her love of cooking, by sharing dishes that she enjoys including traditional Punjabi dishes. The main aim of this is to share her mother's dishes so that traditional Punjabi cooking methods live on through first generation immigrant children in Western countries, and show that traditional foods do not need to be excluded in the pursuit of a "healthy" diet. Anjanee also has a keen interest in understanding different cultures and how they can shape our diets, and having conversations within diversity and how it can impact our everyday lives.