We all have a food story – a way we talk about and reminisce about food. In this episode holistic nutritionist Loretta Friedrich offers some interesting perspectives on why we eat, what we eat and how to nourish ourselves physically and emotionally.
*Full transcript will be available soon at the bottom of this page.
[Website] Loretta Friedrich
You can learn more about food stories on Loretta’s website.
Her book Your Canadian Food Story is available on Amazon.
[Book] Intuitive Eating
Evelyn Tribole’s book on Intuitive Eating provides ideas for reconnecting with the pleasure of eating.
Something to think about:
What is your food story?
Do you have a pandemic food story?
Something to try:
Tune into the sensory experience of food – from grocery shopping to food prep to eating.
If that feels like too much to take on – focus on one aspect of the process.
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What food stories stand out from your childhood?
What food experiences has COVID-19 created?
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CREDITS: The Being & The Doing podcast is produced by Neela Bell. Voiceovers by Jason Harris. Music is GoodMorning Sunshine by Yoav Alyagon and Firefly by Scott Buckley.