ABOUT THIS PODCAST

Kimberley Wilson is a Chartered Psychologist and award-winning food producer. In this podcast she explores the deeper roles food plays in our lives. Through a mix of food-based discussion, interviews and the latest research in Nutritional Neuroscience discover more about the psychology of food, our relationship with it, and everything in between.

English
United States
33 episodes
since Jun, 2017

LATEST EPISODE

This episode follows the podcast on Self, False Self and People Pleasing. I received so many comments and questions after that episode went out that I thought it would be helpful to do a separate episode where I could answer your questions and go in to more depth on some aspects of the theory. So thank you to everyone who submitted your questions and if you haven’t listened to the previous episode I recommend listening to that first as I do refer back to it. I hope you find it helpful.
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