Welcome to Food Psych podcast.
In each episode, nutritionist Christy Harrison talks with guests—chefs, comedians, writers, actors, psychologists, entrepreneurs, and other interesting people—about their relationships to food, weird eating habits, and fond food memories. We also discuss the science of eating disorders, substance addiction, and how foods affect the brain, offering some nutrition tips along the way.
Season finale! Actor and vocal coach Casey Erin Clark discusses church potlucks, her love of pie, how she maintained a healthy body image after a college theater director told her to lose weight, the connections between self-expression and balanced eating habits, and lots more. Listen below, head to the episode page to find out more about our guest, and stay tuned for news about a Food Psych live show later this summer!
Previous episode: Culinary Comedy
Comedian and chef Greg Brown shares a ton of fascinating food-psych stories, including why he doesn't want to be thought of as a balanced eater (even though he is), how growing a foot taller in a year influenced his relationship to food, how he got a group of female professional cyclists to stop their disordered eating habits, and lots more. Listen here, then head to the episode page to find out more!